COMING JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2019
It is known that lighting has an effect on human physiology, most notably by influencing our circadian rhythm. That being said, the total extent of this impact continues to be researched in an effort to not only better understand how our bodies react under different light conditions throughout the day, but to also understand how we can design overall “healthier” lighting systems.
Concurrently, the penetration and acceptance of LED lighting as the dominant technology in the market today allows for greater flexibility with regards to design and light control (both quantity and quality). Lighting manufacturers are now able to build lighting systems which are able to use our understanding of the physiological response to light to maximize the positive and minimize the negative impacts of an artificially illuminated world.
The main goals of this report will be to: