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Lighting design – visual comfort

Lighting design – visual comfort

It is important to understand that there is not a clear-cut line between comfort and glare. For instance, many people will happily work away in a daylight space with a window, turning their backs to the sun and avoiding the glare while generally enjoying a cheerful space. In other cases, people will tolerate some glare as long as it contributes to an overall impact of sparkle (see Sparkle) or a festive mood. Yet a modest difference in brightness caused by an unattractive unchanging source like a lensed troffer is often deemed too much glare.

Lighting design considerations for aged people

Lighting design considerations for aged people

Approximately 13.5% of the Australian population are over 65. To be more specific, the amount of this group of people is about 3,250,000. According to the Australia Bureau of Statistics, this percentage will be up to 15.3% and continue to climb in the next 20 years. Therefore, aged people care is one of the most important affairs in our daily agenda.

When people are getting older, there will be some significant changes of their vision that occur which affect their understanding and perception of the world around them. Four changes are evident:

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