Human-Centric Lighting and Smart Living

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Date 26.04.2022 11:0012:00  
Speaker Prof. Kevin Houser of the School of Civil & Construction Engineering at the Oregon State University
Location Online
Category Conferences - Seminars
Event Language English
Is Human-Centric Lighting merely a new phrase for old concepts, or does it encapsulate transformative ideas and technologies that have the potential to reframe lighting practice?
This talk by Prof. Kevin Houser of the School of Civil & Construction Engineering at the Oregon State University will provide guidance about how one might approach human-centric lighting given both the credible potential and implausible hype. An invitation by Marilyne Andersen, EPFL Professor and Academic Director of the Smart Living Lab.

Learning outcomes
  • Appreciate ways in which thoughtful lighting design balances requirements for vision and health.
  • Appreciate that Human-Centric Lighting is not a single idea with a well-defined meaning, but a spectrum of concepts that vary with user and intent.
  • Be aware of lighting recommendations that are intended to support photobiological health for day-active people.
  • Be empowered to immediately apply the core concepts to support your own photobiological and circadian health.

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  • General public
  • Free

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