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Scaling Of Visual Tasks Sensations From Human Centric Lighting Point Of View L&E, Vol.30, No.2, 2022

Light & Engineering 30 (2)

Volume 30
Pages 38-45

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Scaling Of Visual Tasks Sensations From Human Centric Lighting Point Of View L&E, Vol.30, No.2, 2022
Articles authors:
George V. Boos, Vladimir P. Budak, Ekaterina I. Ilyina, Tatiana V. Smirnova (Meshkova)

George V. Boos, Ph. D. of Technical Sciences, Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, laureate of State Prize of the Russian Federation, President of the International Lighting Engineering Corporation “BL Group”, Head of the Light and Engineering sub-department of the National Research University “Moscow Power Engineering Institute”, Chairman of the Science and Engineering Council of the Russian Light and Engineering Industry, Chairman of International Technical Committee and National Technical Committee 332 of ROSSTANDARD (Light and Engineering Devices and Electrical Lighting). He graduated from the Moscow Power Engineering Institute (MPEI) in 1986 with qualification of electrical engineer, by specialty in Light and Engineering and Light Sources

Vladimir P. Budak, Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences. In 1981, he graduated from the Moscow Power Engineering Institute (MPEI). At present, he is the Editor-in-Chief of the Svetotekhnika / Light & Engineering journals, Professor of the Subdepartment of Light and Engineering in NRU “MPEI”. Full member of the Academy of Electrotechnical Sciences of Russia

Ekaterina I. Ilyina, M. Sc. She graduated from NRU MPEI in 2004 and works as a development engineer at AMT-Engineering LLC. She is also postgraduate student of the Light and Engineering sub-department at NRU MPEI. Her research interests are lighting quality, psychophysical visual scale perceptual, unified glare rating (UGR), neural networks, near field lighting fixtures

Tatiana V. Smirnova (Meshkova), Ph. D. of Technical Sciences, M. Sc. (Environment Design), Senior Scientific Editor at Svetotekhnika / Light & Engineering Journals. She teaches the course Fundamentals of Lighting Concepts at the Light and Engineering sub-department of NRU MPEI. Her scientific interests revolve around lighting quality, lighting design, visual experiments, and discomfort

Light forms view of the environment and can influence the psychoemotional state in it. Human centric lighting was introduced after the receptor responsible for the effect of illumination on the circadian rhythm, that is, the nonvisual effect of light on the human body, was discovered. To form the concept of human centric lighting requires a holistic approach that takes into account both visual tasks and the psychoemotional state of users in this environment. The degree of discomfort may increase if there are glare light sources in the field of view. Insufficient monotonous illumination with sharp changes in luminance or contrast, which can be estimated using the spatialangular distribution of luminance, can also cause discomfort. The article proposes an experimental approach to assess the quality of illumination in laboratory conditions.
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