Energy Focus helped underwrite the article “Human-Centric Lighting: Foundational Considerations and a Five-Step Design Process” in Frontiers in Neurology.
This latest paper by Houser and Esposito, both renowned experts in the lighting research field, thoroughly synthesizes the current research on Human Centric Lighting (HCL). It bridges a gap that is often found in academic journals between the biological influence of light and the application of these effects in lighting design. Incorporating the latest guidelines from UL and WELL, it provides a succinct foundation to implement application-specific lighting designs that maximize occupant wellness in spaces from schools to hotels. From this single document, scientifically minded individuals can find themselves empowered to improve their lighting and understand the rationale behind the guidelines.