A widely accepted definition of human comfort does not exist, but several metrics have been developed to quantify how much users appreciate environments, objects or interfaces. For visual comfort one of the most widely accepted approach is “that comfort is not discomfort”, because it is easier to provide quantitative and qualitative evaluation of visual discomfort parameters rather than comfort parameters that we don’t have a definition of. This paper presents the available suggestions and the results of a European research project about the visual comfort with LED lighting.

Visual Comfort with LED Lighting / Iacomussi, Paola; Radis, Michela; Rossi, Giuseppe; Rossi, Laura. - In: ENERGY PROCEDIA. - ISSN 1876-6102. - 78(2015), pp. 729-734. [10.1016/j.egypro.2015.11.082]

Visual Comfort with LED Lighting

IACOMUSSI, PAOLA
;
ROSSI, GIUSEPPE;
2015

Abstract

A widely accepted definition of human comfort does not exist, but several metrics have been developed to quantify how much users appreciate environments, objects or interfaces. For visual comfort one of the most widely accepted approach is “that comfort is not discomfort”, because it is easier to provide quantitative and qualitative evaluation of visual discomfort parameters rather than comfort parameters that we don’t have a definition of. This paper presents the available suggestions and the results of a European research project about the visual comfort with LED lighting.
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