The Subjective Response to Linear Flourescent Direct/Indirect Lighting Systems
Artículo aparecido en la Revista "Lighting Research and Technology", vol. 34 de 2002.
ISSN: 1365-7828This experiment identified human responses to and preferences for direct (downlighting) and indirect (uplighting) lighting effects of pendant-mounted, linear, fluorescent lights.
- It is important for designers to understand subjective responses to pendant-mounted, linear, fluorescent lights as they are increasingly commonplace as a high performance, energy-efficient light source.
- The ratio of direct to indirect lighting may affect the brightness, shadowing, visual comfort, uniformity of light distribution, spaciousness, and one's overall preference of space.K. W. Houser, D. K. Tiller, C. A. Becker, R. G. Mistrick
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