hallways are non-descript and have low light levels. The gambling area beckons -- an oasis of bright lights just down the
hall. This has the effect of moving the visitor through the low-profit areas quickly, guiding their steps to the profit-making
can put some of these lessons to work in layout design. Areas of limited access space or where we don't wish visitors to congregate
can be less brightly lit and have no attractive features to command attention. The areas where we have provided more access
and wish to direct visitors' and operators' attention may be better lit. Sight lines may be guided to key locations and scenes.
a look at your plan or layout room and give some thought to gently guiding visitors and operators to the locations and viewpoints
you desire them to occupy. While I'm not recommending that you should immediately jet to Vegas to "do research", observing
the principles that casino designers use to maximize the take might help you maximize visitor flow and enjoyment.