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Human perception and vision have evolved in response to dynamic daylight, i.e. the combination of dynamic in direct sunlight and diffuse skylight, with their respective intensities, colour temperatures and directionality as visual characteristics. Advances in lighting control and sensor technologies create opportunities to design dynamic indoor lighting, which can complement the perception of these natural daylight variations. The objective of this paper is to demonstrate, how dynamic daylight can act as a point of inspiration for a new indoor lighting design concept, double dynamic lighting, bringing the qualities of natural light into our work environments.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelVIA-Verlag
StatusAfsendt - jun. 2019
BegivenhedProfessionel lighting design convention 2019 - Rotterdam, Holland
Varighed: 23 okt. 201926 okt. 2019
Konferencens nummer: 8th

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KonferenceProfessionel lighting design convention 2019
Nummer8th
LandHolland
ByRotterdam
Periode23/10/201926/10/2019

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Dynamic lighting in office environments creating natural flow of light. / Hansen, Ellen Kathrine; Pajuste, Mihkel; Stoffer, Sophie; Xylakis, Emmanouil.

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