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2015 HCLS Seattle at Safeco Field

Introductory Article on Human Centric Lighting by Stan Walerczyk

Stan Walerczyk’s well known article on the subject of Human Centric Lighting
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LIGHTING FOR AGING VISION by Eunice Waggoner & Robert Dupuy

An depth perspective on the subject of lighting for aging vision & health for the November session of the Human Centric Lighting Committee.
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Measuring and design of lighting for HCL applications by Dr. Dieter Lang

Human Centric Lighting applications require the effects of light on humans to be considered in lighting design. Next to design guidelines and recommendations how to realize human centric lighting, it is essential to provide a suitable metric to assess quantity and quality of light with respect to its non-visual effects.
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Dynamic Lighting on Student Learning by Michael Mott

Recent research has examined lighting variables of color temperature, and illumination for affecting sleep, mood, focus, motivation, concentration, and work and school performance.
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