Technical editor Alan Tulla takes a break from number crunching to visit the office restaurant
Human-centric lighting has been the buzz-phrase of the past couple of years. It has its basis in sound scientific research, but what does that research actually say? Prof. Christian Cajochen of University of Basel blows away the marketing fog and explains what’s really going on.
If you want a better looking installation, more comfortable working conditions and a change from boring flat panels, then a suspended direct/indirect luminaire is the answer. We review the best on the market...
There must be things that the hard-pressed facilities manager can do to make their job just a little bit easier, and maybe save a bit of money for better things. Here’s a list of actions that shouldn’t take too much effort to work out and which should see immediate benefits.
The Circular Economy is a design strategy that can revolutionise the way that we make light fittings. But will we take it on?
The biggest single LED order in history will see some 1.6 million lamps installed across 5,000 branches of the Chase bank.
Watch what happens when our crack team of reporters don't exactly follow the script. Lux Today for 22 December 2015 presented by Courtney Ferguson.
Lux has stepped up its programme of webinars for 2016, offering something for everyone, from hot topics such as the Internet of Things and human-centric lighting, through to lighting for specific applications such as rail, schools and prisons. There’s even a session on how to light for bats.
Gooee has announced it is now working in association with five more lighting equipment manufacturers ahead of LuxLive 2015, where it is launching its ‘Gooee Inside’ technology.