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LED technology provides smarter lamps that make smarter students
Time:2018-05-24 Views:238
We all know that lighting affects mood, but according to a study of enlightenment, the quality of lighting will also affect people’s learning. The LED (Light Emitting Diode) that reproduces daylight conditions has been validated to improve children‘s attention and attention. Today, at least one LED manufacturer is providing LED lighting solutions designed specifically for schools.
In addition to improving energy efficiency and extending life, LEDs also have the major advantage of providing all spectrum colors, including blue and white. This will create a light source that reproduces daylight hue and color temperature.
Lighting manufacturer OSRAM introduced a system that uses multiple blue and white LEDs that electronically recreate daylight conditions. By independently adjusting the output of each LED, the lighting conditions can be dynamically mixed to achieve a specific color temperature. According to OSRAM, a combination of blue and white LEDs can produce color temperatures up to 14,000K. This is close to the sky during the day. In addition, the lighting intensity and color temperature can be adjusted according to the time of day to fit the people‘s biological clock. OSRAM calls this "bio-optimized lighting." In collaboration with the Transfer Center for Neuroscience and Learning in Germany, OSRAM studied how simulated daylighting affects students‘ learning ability. In the school in Ulm, Germany, Center investigated whether the morning‘s lighting can help improve students‘ alertness and concentration. The Center tested when illumination was low in the hours of November and December hours. Tested in different middle schools. In each school, two classes are test subjects, one group uses standard classroom lights, and the other group uses bio-optimized lighting.
Standardized psychological testing of students aims to measure their concentration on a set of tasks. The OSRAM reported that the test results proved to be very effective and that students in classrooms using bio-effective lighting had better test results. Compared with students in the control group, these students are more attentive, have better memory, and learn faster. The conclusion of this specific test is that the lighting scheme for natural conditions has a positive effect on biological organisms. It is not difficult to find that this kind of lighting technology has a wider range of applications in schools. However, sophisticated and sophisticated LED lighting controls can be used not only in the teaching environment but also in other fields. The groundbreaking work of Prof. John Flynn proves that by arranging environmental lighting, people can feel and act. Using electronic controls and a wide range of palettes, temperature changes and brightness achieved through LED technology, the lighting system can be customized to give a positive impact on how people perceive and react in specific environments. For example, some kind of lighting can calm a patient‘s nervousness in a dental office or make a shopper in a fashion retail store feel less constrained.
For LED makers, studies of their product‘s impact on learning, mood, and behavior show that the opportunity to differentiate products and expand markets is encouraging.