Hubbell’s Summer Albergotti and Marissa Keisler contributed an article to Facilities.net, “Human-Centric Lighting for Schools, Hospitals, and Offices.” The article describes how color tuning enables lighting systems to better serve the needs of users and spaces.
Lighting manufacturers have a responsibility to consider human centric lighting and color tuning technology to meet the needs of each individual customer. More research will continue to be conducted as scientists and manufacturers work together to create the most productive, healthy environment for all subjects in these areas.
“Now that the technology is commercially available, however, facility managers are asking, “What are the practical applications?” Here’s a cheat sheet for the lighting principles that have been proven and what is still to be determined.”
Check it out here.