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What is glare and how it can affect your work efficiency?

Glare may significantly affect someone's performance, especially at work. Glare happens when an excessive amount of light prevents you from 'looking at' something or someone. Your employee may experience headaches, stress , eye-strain, fatigue and even accidents. These may lead to mistakes at work, poor quality and low-productivity.

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Lighting 101: Guidelines in lighting

Lighting focused onto individual visual task areas provides for varied light design in the room. By illuminating walls, for instance, rooms, can be designed to be much more open and attractive; dynamic lighting situations can enhance their visual quality. More and more consumers are getting interested on buying new lighting fixtures for their homes and offices. The question is, which parameters are you going to use as a consumer to determine the right luminaire? Here are some basic parameters used in lighting that will DEFINITELY help you choose your lighting fixture, whether it uses LED Lights or older and less-efficient Incandescent and Fluorescent Lights

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How Human Centric Lighting (HCL) boost performance

Light is that part of the electromagnetic spectrum that is perceived by our eyes. The wavelength range is between 380 and 780 nm. The cones come on during the day and we see colors, whereas at night the rods take over and we only see shades of grey. Human Centric Lighting (HCL) expresses the positive effect of light and lighting on the health, well -being and performance of human and thus has both short and long term benefits.

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Types of Lighting : Designing your office light

Lighting is too often considered as an afterthought by engineers and is then simply treated by applying one type of ceiling-mounted luminaire to plan drawings. The fittings usually chosen are single component lumianires such as downlights or diffuser fittings. Either way, while the lighting result may meet specific illumination criteria, such an approach tends to produce a bland, run-of-the-mill lighting effect that is hardly stimulating for users of the building in question.

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Display lighting - Creating the perfect scene

Object Lighting or Display Lighting of objects may be categorized in two ways - by a Display Rating and a Drama Factor

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