A sophisticated lighting installation with a range of state-of-the-art technologies such as Bluetooth Mesh has been unveiled at the Bodleian Library in Oxford, parts of which date back to 1487.
The world’s smartest university has become a showcase for IoT lighting – and there isn’t a light switch in sight.
A classroom at a comprehensive school in Germany has become the first in the world to connect to the internet using visible light.
From lecture halls to halls of residence, the lighting of a university campus poses a string of individual challenges. These can be made even more difficult when you are working at a university that is going through a massive refurbishment programme. We caught up with Steve Holtom, electrical services manager at Oxford Brookes University, to find out the best ways to manage the demands of campus lighting.
Tunable-white LED lighting systems are the next must-have for human-centric lighting, but what does 'tunable-white' mean in practice?
A Norwegian comprehensive school has developed a lighting scheme that aims to help pupils perform better during the school day and relax at night.
Wheatley Park School in Oxforshire, which sits on the site of Holton Park Girls' Grammar School, where UK Prime Minister Theresa May, then Theresa Brasier, sat her GCEs, has just received an LED re-fit.
It is well know that May is very proud of her grammar school roots. In fact, she famously said, in one of her first appearances at Prime Minister’s Questions that it was her school that ‘got her where she is today.’
Human-centric lighting represents a new way of using light in our lives, but it is understandable that there is some skepticism over its use and its effectiveness. But do we know enough about the technology to be using it in schools? We talk to Doctor Katharina Wulff of Oxford University, who will be debating the issue with Dan Lister of Arup.
University estates do not tend to grow according to an over-arching masterplan; they evolve organically and controlling energy in these ever-changing educational spaces is very important.
Human-centric lighting represents a new way of using light in our lives, but there is some skepticism over its use and its effectiveness. Do we know enough about the technology, for example, to be using it in schools? Is there enough evidence to say that human centric lighting improves productivity at work? Can HCL help to maintain a smooth circadian rhythm at home?
In a 'Clash of the Lighting Titans' Lux's applications editor John Bullock (a HCL cheerleader) and our technical editor Alan Tulla (a sympathetic skeptic) sit down to compare and contrast their human centric lighting opinions.
Lighting professionals: What you see may upset you. Ray Molony counts down Lighting Spy’s Top 40 worst crimes, blunders and screw-ups.