Electronic control units
allow individual light colours or the colour temperature (tunable white) to be modified. In this way, discreet but also very effective colour creations and changes can be achieved, and the perception of colour in works of art can be influenced. This is particularly advantageous in rooms where the uses frequently change: museums and galleries for example can flexibly adapt their lighting to the respective exhibition via additive colour mixing, thus gaining further display options.
In Human Centric Lighting (HCL) applications, a colour temperature adapted to the time of day is also relevant for the well-being of people. Ideally, the lighting concept should take into account the circadian rhythm, i.e. the ‘inner clock’ of human beings, and create a dynamic adaptation of the course of daylight.