Light is the most important factor in supporting our biological clock or circadian rhythm. Both daylight and artificial light must be taken into account in a given building. Philips Lighting has been one of most outspoken advocates for Human Centric Lighting.
Philips Lighting has founded the Lighting University, which produces valuable intelligence, case studies and educational materials on Human Centric Lighting.
“Researchers have found that light meets both visual and non-visual needs – and understanding this interaction has opened up a new realm of applications. These insights help us develop commercial lighting solutions that are targeted at enhancing vision, well-being, and performance by applying an in-depth knowledge of science, customers and user needs.”