Can We Cheat The Brain And Save Energy?

Jørn Toftum, Anders Thorseth, Ásta Logadóttir, Jakob Markvart, Sophie Stoffer

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Conditioning of built environments dominates global energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. If lighting can be used actively to stimulate our perception of the thermal environment, there may be a potential to expand the temperature interval that building occupants find comfortable and thereby reduce the amount of energy used to heat and cool buildings.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2018
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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Warm or Cold, Lights influence on thermal comfort

Logadóttir, Á., Markvart, J., Thorseth, A., Dam-Hansen, C. & Toftum, J.



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Toftum, J., Thorseth, A., Logadóttir, Á., Markvart, J., & Stoffer, S. (2018). Can We Cheat The Brain And Save Energy?