Posts Tagged ‘human centric lighting’

It’s too early to implement human-centric lighting, the world authority on the subject has declared.

Quelle: ‘Too early to start human-centric lighting’ – top scientist

This presentation was delivered last week (14.10.2016) during the LightSymposium 2016 in Wismar, Germany. I tried to provide an insight into the complicated neuroendocrine mechanisms which are mainly controlled by light. Again, it started with a short introduction explaining the (chemical) evolution on planet earth. The three main chapters concern biochemical, anatomical and functional photoendocrinology in animal and man, based on the fundamental work of Prof. Fritz Hollwich. The end of the presentation challenges the contemporary concept of „Human Centric Lighting“.