On March 15, 2017, more than 200 participants from around the world participated in the Lighting Research Center (LRC) webinar about the recent report by the American Medical Association (AMA) on high-intensity LED lighting.
According to smartLIGHTING access, the Lighting Research Center (LRC) has received an avalanche of emails requesting that a recording of the online seminar be made available and have agreed to publish the seminar. SmartLIGHITNG presents it exclusively to its readers.
Presented by scientists from the Lighting Research Center, Dr. Mark Rea and Dr. Mariana Figueiro, this seminar addressed the AMA report warning the public about the use of LEDs based on In Ga. This recent report has initiated a great deal of discussion among lighting specialists, policy makers and the public, many of whom are confused about how to address the recommendations made in the report.
This seminar offered:
Practical and scientific advice to address issues raised in the AMA report
Correct and accurate orientation of the measurement and specification of indoor and outdoor lighting
Guidance to address problems of incorrect application of short metrics to the issue of environmental and health impacts of light and lighting
This seminar is designed to:
• Architects, engineers and other lighting specifiers
• Administrators and administrators of facilities
• Building owners and developers
• Road engineers
• Responsible for the municipal policy
• Other professionals interested in gaining a better understanding of light and illumination