Rodriquez and teammates determined via a virtual-reality-based study that we prefer apparent daylighting levels to vary from time to time in viewed urban environments.
Which light is best?
Hvass and teammates investigated how lighting urban spaces influence perceptions of experiences there.
Lighting the way to eating goals
Mahmoudzadeh and teammates add to the literature linking worker lighting control and workplace experiences.
Theodorson and Scott researched lighting preferences.
Ozkul, Bilgili, and Koc studied how the color of light used in a restaurant influences diner experience.
Tian, Chen, and Hu looked at appropriate levels of circadian stimulus (CS) by age
Conditions and their consequences