Lighting is not just for visual orientation, studies have found that exposing occupants to natural full-spectrum LED- which supports the human circadian rhythm can influence psychological processes, such as the ability to concentrate and perform, the hormone-controlled waking-sleep rhythm and general well-being.
Phi know the model of developing LED, Human Centric Lighting community in student, living or workplace environments not increases concentration but improves motivation so it makes perfect sense to integrate this technology in one's living space and I'm sure we will see this trend increase even further here in the UK.
Sylvania study says eight out of 10 Americans want lights that change color, dim, or set scenes. July 26, 2016 Jason Knott Leave a Comment Smart lighting seems to have hit its stride in the consumer marketplace. A few years ago, you might be hard-pressed to find many households that had made the switch from incandescent to LED bulbs, much less household that had incorporated light bulbs with built-in smarts. But according to a new nationwide study, thee Sylvania Sockey Survey by LEDVANCE, 65 percent of consumers are now familiar with fixtures or bulbs that are Wi-Fi controllable for producing color, providing dimming capabilities, or evoking scenes or moods. Further, the survey indicates a 40-percent increase in one year of the percentage of Americans who own “smart lighting.