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Lighting for the Elderly

Lighting for the Elderly

Lighting recommendations are typically written for the “average eye” i.e., the eyes of young adults who are in good health.  Many eyes, however, are not average and there are populations of people who because of age, eye diseases, injury or other conditions that limit their vision have special lighting requirements. The largest of these groups is the elderly, a significant number of whom are partially sighted.

A guide to retail jewellery lighting

A guide to retail jewellery lighting

Jewellery doesn’t sparkle and shine on its own – the reason a gem looks radiant is because of the way it reflects light! That being said, lighting is integral to retail design in a jewellery store. You want your displays to entice customers and show off your products in all their brilliance! Hopefully, we can help. This post will lay out options for various jewellery lighting displays.

How to Provide Lighting for the Elderly

How to Provide Lighting for the Elderly

Lighting designed to meet the special needs of the aging or diseased eye is especially critical in health care facilities, senior care homes and outdoor lighting in public spaces.  The following list summarizes the lighting factors that deserve special attention (IESNA, 2007):

New understanding of lighting in school

New understanding of lighting in school

The Society of Light and Lighting (SLL) recently published a new version of its Lighting Guide 5: Lighting for Education. Much has changed since the last edition was printed in 1991 – not just the technologies available, but knowledge about the human psyche, changes in learning methods and the use of teaching spaces.

Increasing Light Levels at the Central Library

Increasing Light Levels at the Central Library

Lighting is a key component and cost in library design. If lighting is poor it becomes difficult for patrons to read, colours appear muddy and running costs climb as more lights are switched on or installed to increase the lighting levels. The age of the patrons is also a factor: as you age, so you need more light to read with ease. Next time you pay a visit to the Central Library, look up at the lights.

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