SunLike technology has led to the dawn of LED circadian lighting. Human eyes are sensors with three photoreceptor cells on the retina which detect the intensity of light at differing wavelengths. The result is transmitted to the brain which perceives the colour and then issues various instructions.
Sunlike lighting is human-centric where the spectrum technology of LED will expand into the future with significant benefits to humanities future.
We now live significant proportions of our life with artificial light. Retreat for millions of years to the time of ancestors many generations ago and we find that the light of the sun triggered a wish to use the power of natural light in the only way possible beyond sunset. So fire and then extend this element into normal night time for the benefit of continuing vision and activity.
Almost 100 years ago artificial light was developed where the spectrum of the light generated was very different from that of sunlight. Comparing the spectrum of natural light which draws a smooth line to that of artificial light which has peaks in particular wavelengths and is lacking in others. The resulting differences have an effect on people and research into this is accelerating into areas where an understanding of the biological clock within the human brain and cells is beginning to tell us there is a better way to create the light that we need.
Our photoreceptors in this LED circadian lighting transmits light changes throughout the day to the brain, and thus plays an important role in determining human behaviour and sensitivity to time. It is thus becoming increasingly evident that the right light relative to the time of day can have significant bearings on our state of well being, activity and mood. This is why we love our LED circadian lighting.
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