The jet-lagged lighting designer whose idea for a new app for connected lighting won a top prize at LuxLive has begun work on the concept with top software engineers.
It’s too early to implement human-centric lighting, the world authority on the subject has declared.
Customised lighting has been installed in a Danish psychiatric hospital in a bid to cut aggressive behaviour and conflicts between patients and staff.
Scandinavian airline SAS has fitted its premium waiting area at Oslo Airport with a collection of tunable LED lights to help passengers dose up with stimulation or relaxation as they see fit.
A Norwegian hospital is using orange light to reduce hyperactivity and anxiety in psychiatric patients.
Working nights is notoriously bad for your health – it’s been linked with chronic disorders such as cardiovascular disease and even cancer. Blame has fallen on the disruption to the sleep-wake cycle, which is set by light. So scientists are now asking: can clever lighting help?
Ground-breaking research appears to show that flickering light can retard or prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.
LEDs are safe – that’s the verdict of a European Union committee specialising in emerging health risks, in a new report on the potential hazards of LED lighting.
Sleep coach Nick Littlehales helps elite athletes to achieve peak performance by promoting healthy sleep cycles. He tells Kam Dhatt why light is fundamental to success
Lux's applications editor, John Bullock, delves deep into the world of Human Centric Lighting, in an attempt to find its soul.