Warm or Cold, Lights influence on thermal comfort

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Description

Various indicators point out that a connection exists between the ambient temperature and the correlated color temperature that users prefer for the lit environment. In warm climate the use of cooler lighting is much more common than in a colder climate where people use much warmer light sources. Presumably the use of different colored light sources is due to the experience of cooler climate at cooler light sources and the impression of warmth follows a warmer looking light source. With new LED technology the correlated color temperature (warm white to cool white) is easily controllable.
The goal of the project is to demonstrate how controllable LED lighting can be used to expand the temperature interval that users find comfortable. The project is founded on previous research on colored light. It will lead to a decrease in the energy consumption of buildings.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date01/03/201631/12/2018

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