DDL Working Papers: WP1 Dynamic Lighting Concepts, WP2 Dynamic Lighting, Health and Wellbeing Potentials, WP3 Percieved spatial distribution of light in a dynamic context

Ellen Kathrine Hansen (Medlem af forfattergruppering), Sofie Linnebjerg

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Working papers by PhD student Sofie Linnebjerg, AAU 01.06.18. Supervisor Ellen Kathrine Hansen
WP1 Dynamic Lighting Concepts p. 2
A terminological study
• An analysis that investigates different terminologies developed for various concept of dynamic lighting systems - how they function and what they do or will do under a certain circumstance and why they function or react as they do.
• An overall comparison: similarities and differences
• This provides an overview of the field of dynamic lighting in different areas of research and seeks to offer material for vocabulary and mapping of the discipline
WP2 Dynamic Lighting Health and Wellbeing Potentials (SOTA from 11 month plan) p. 58
State-of-the-Art
• Technology has created endless possibilities for designing lighting that varies over time. What dynamic structures are being investigated? And what are the biggest potentials and pitfalls?
• Subjective vs objective health (visual versus non-visual effects)
• Recommendations for future research of dynamic lighting design
WP3 The perceived spatial distribution of light in a dynamic context p. 60
State-of-the-Art
• The perceived distribution of lighting has shown to affect our subjective health and wellbeing. What has research so far uncovered of spatial qualities of lighting?
• Recommendations for investigating the spatial dimension of lighting design
OriginalsprogEngelsk
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Antal sider79
StatusUdgivet - 5 jun. 2018

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