Designing interaction with light

How can light accompany encounters and promote communication?

Holding meetings successfully with light

In multifunctional rooms and event halls the atmosphere can be varied with light scenes featuring different components of general lighting, vertical lighting and accent lighting. Controllable luminaires, for example with DALI interfaces or phase dimmable control gear, can be integrated into light- and building control systems for scenic lighting purposes. With light scenes for seminars and meetings, the focus is on the effortless recognising of participants and the reading and writing at desks. Good glare control and flicker-free light guarantee visual comfort, also during video conferences.

Holding meetings successfully with light

In multifunctional rooms and event halls the atmosphere can be varied with light scenes featuring different components of general lighting, vertical lighting and accent lighting. Controllable luminaires, for example with DALI interfaces or phase dimmable control gear, can be integrated into light- and building control systems for scenic lighting purposes. With light scenes for seminars and meetings, the focus is on the effortless recognising of participants and the reading and writing at desks. Good glare control and flicker-free light guarantee visual comfort, also during video conferences.

ERCO light guide: Community

Planning tips for design and technology

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Dimming behaviour of luminaires

Soft transitions as a quality attribute

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Quality of light with downlights

What determines a good downlight?

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Visual comfort via glare control

How can the quality of light be optimised?

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Flicker-free dimming

CCR and PWM compared

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Creating atmosphere with light colours

Selection of suitable light colour

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Lighting analysis: Community

Designing with differentiated light distributions

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