In this week’s featured episode of NAILD’s Get a Grip on Lighting podcast, Dr. Jennifer Veitch talks about what we know about lighting’s effect on human health.
The human-centric focus on the impact of artificial light has overshadowed its effects on animals and plants.
LEDs promise the usual energy savings and longevity benefits as well as the ability to produce spectral light recipes ideal for healthy plant production.
Attendees of the 2nd Trends in Lighting conference ask big questions about humancentric lighting, new performance requirements, and the role of digitalization.
The primary lighting in new London-area Crossrail stations will rely on custom, high-output, uplight SSL fixtures that indirectly illuminate the space via reflective surfaces on walls and ceilings, creating a sense of spaciousness.