ONE OF THE world’s biggest technology brands has unveiled so-called ‘human-centric’ lighting technology in the belief that the market is moving towards tuneable lighting. Korean giant Samsung announced its first human-centric LED packages, which are designed to be built into lights by luminaire manufacturers. Unusually, Samsung is claiming the its range of modules – known...
Lawyers in a global law firm now have the ability to tune the colour temperature of their lighting to suit their work patterns and activities.
In what’s believed to be a first for the railways in the UK, Leeds City Station has unveiled a new concourse featuring circadian lighting.
A breakthrough agreement between two major manufacturers is set make daylight-matching human-centric lighting available to a wide audience.
A circadian-rhythm controlled light at a nursing home in Denmark has cut nocturnal ‘unrest’ and led to a ‘happier and more peaceful’ environment, say centre managers.
The world’s longest circadian luminaire has been unveiled in Denmark.
A stunning ‘biophiliac’ office on the twelfth floor of London’s Shard skyscraper boosts productivity by up to 20 per cent, according to a University College London study.
A nineteenth-century banking hall in Austria has become one of the first heritage buildings in Europe to feature circadian lighting with variable colour temperatures.
The first official recommended practice for implementing so-called human-centric lighting has been unveiled by a top industry scientist.
Nurses from two Danish hospitals have reaffirmed that avoiding blue frequency light at night can help with sleep.