Company News • 23.06.2015

The effect of lighting on human health and well-being

Lighting For People published its analysis, drawing together conclusions from hundreds of research papers

The effect of lighting on human health and well-being...
Source: Lighting for People

Lighting For People today publishes its analysis on the effect of lighting on health and well-being, drawing together conclusions from hundreds of research papers compiled and summarised by the experts at Lighting For People.

This analysis covers the effect of light on health and well-being across a number of different applications, including healthcare, the workplace, the home, schools and educational institutions, and cities. It provides a thorough basis to learn about how light can affect the human body, what the potential consequences of these effects are, and how can we use this information to create truly human centric lighting.

To learn more about human centric lighting in all applications go to our Human Centric Lighting page, or to read the report in full click below.

Source: Lighting For People

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