Panel Discussion – Human Centric Lighting

LpS, TiL 2018 - Human Centric Lighting

Panel Discussion – Human Centric Lighting

Jan Denneman – Panel Moderator
Enough quality light during day time helps people concentrate and learn better, be more creative and alert. It also helps them sleep better at night. It makes them feel better and develop fewer problems with vision. It is vital that people get enough light every day. The best light to realize these effects is natural daylight.
Unfortunately, people spend most of their lives indoors, with far too low light levels to create above effects.
In the panel we will discuss why it is important that people get enough quality light every day, also indoors. And we will discuss how we can make it happen that indoor lighting levels is not only focussed at vision but also on creating the positive biological effects of human centric lighting.