Human Centric Lighting can adjust people’s daily rhythms and improve their motivation, well-being, and productivity.
Light has a great effect on us humans. Not only does it allow us to see. Light stimulates us, and influences our moods and activity levels. Because our physiological response to light depends on the light’s characteristics such as colour spectrum, intensity and timing, the characteristics of the artificial light in our surroundings will be of significance if we spend a lot of time indoors. Human Centric Lighting solutions can support the human circadian rhythm, enhance concentration, prevent sleeping disorders and improve our overall well-being.
The new use of light is made possible because of the new knowledge on the biological effects of light, and because of recent innovations in lighting technology. With the introduction of LEDs, or Light Emitting Diodes, tuneable white light can be achieved in an energy-efficient manner, which is easy to control with advanced control systems. New, smart, connected lighting systems create endless possibilities with better user control.