Light sources that are not only bright (and efficient), but whose brightness and spectral composition are based on natural light during the course of the day, can create real visual and emotional added value for the user.
Dynamic lighting design that focuses on people’s interests is becoming increasingly important on the lighting market under the term “Human Centric Lighting” (HCL). The aim is to provide the right light, at the right place, at the right time, for the respective activities during the course of the day.
Based on findings from scientific research, there is a growing general awareness that lighting has a noticeable impact on people’s health and well-being. However, the need for research remains very high, as the effect of light on people throughout the life cycle is very complex.