Controversy Over the Use of Blue LEDs | Architect Magazine

Our sister lighting publication covers the lighting industry’s response to the American Medical Association’s warning against the use of blue-rich LEDs. By Greig O’Brien Over at our sister lighting publication, Architectural Lighting, associate editor Katharine Keane...
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Josh McKenna

Discovery of the Photosensitive Retinal Ganglion Cell Redefines Our Response to Light

Redefining humans’ biological response to light. By Mariana Figueiro In The Art of Scientific Investigation, (W.W. Norton, 1950), W.I.B. Beveridge writes that the reception of an original contribution to knowledge can be divided into three phases. First, it is ridiculed as...
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Blue-Light Hazard and LEDs: Fact or Fiction?

The advent of solid-state lighting in everyday applications has renewed research interest in whether its spectral profile can lead to increased health risks. By Alice Liao Little is certain about the health implications of long-term exposure to LED lighting, but the proliferation...
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David Preiss

Realizing the Internet of Things | Architectural Lighting Magazine

Lightfair’s first-ever IoT & Smart Lighting Forum showcased the enthusiasm of established lighting companies and tech startups to make luminaires invaluable to an information-driven future. By Wanda Lau The Internet of Things (IoT), in which everyday objects are made...
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