Michael Benvenuto, Northeast Specification Sales Manager, Juno Lighting
Providing an overview of how/why LED technology holds great promise for helping optimize lighting design for aesthetics, enjoyment, productivity, and health & well being, this is an introduction to Human Centric Lighting - with a focus towards optimized design aesthetics, increased productivity, and improved health and well-being of humans in an architectural environment. Topics covered will include color temperature of light using accurate terminology, the limitations of (and alternatives to) CRI in characterizing color rendering, the relationship of light, human circadian rhythms, wellness/productivity and how to harness LED technology to create optimized Human Centric Lighting. Qualifies for 1 hr of continuing education credits including AIA(HSW), IDCEC(HSW) and USGBC/GBCI - PDH Pending
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