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Increasing the perception of art with a light

How can exhibits and rooms be displayed with light?

Creating perception hierarchies with light

Light renders art perceivable for visitors. It presents exhibits and rooms, it guides the view of the observer and contributes to the drama of an exhibition by lending a special status to important works in a collection. Brilliant light and good colour rendering are indispensable for viewing details.

Creating perception hierarchies with light

Light renders art perceivable for visitors. It presents exhibits and rooms, it guides the view of the observer and contributes to the drama of an exhibition by lending a special status to important works in a collection. Brilliant light and good colour rendering are indispensable for viewing details.

ERCO light guide: Culture

Planning tips for design and technology

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Illumination of light-sensitive exhibits

Achieving a balance between 'rendering visible' and 'conserving'

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Professional use of lighting tools

The benefits of a consistent system of luminaires

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Illuminating and conserving art

From the exhibition catalogue to the lighting concept

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Light for pictures

Light impact and luminaire arrangements

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Colour perception in practice

A qualitative comparison of colour rendering

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Lighting analysis: Culture

Designing exhibitions with differentiated light distributions

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Light for pictures: Museum angle

Increasing the joy of art via visual comfort

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A comparison of lighting technology

Projection and reflection: where is the difference?

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Fundamentals of colour perception

Light colour and object colour

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Light for sculptures

Light impact and luminaire arrangements

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Colour rendering of LEDs

Process for a quantitative comparison of colour fidelity

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