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Light pollution indoors: spectral modulation of the light field by multiple scattering at the walls

Author
Bará, S.; Escofet, J.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
International Conference on Light Pollution Theory Modelling and Measurements 2017
Date of publication
2017
Presentation's date
2017-06-28
Book of congress proceedings
International Conference on Light Pollution Theory, Modelling and Measurements: June 27-30, 2017, Cellers, Catalonia, Spain: book of abstracts
First page
24
Last page
24
URL
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Abstract
Light at night is a known disruptor of human circadian rhythms. The strength of this effect on any given physiological, cognitive or behavioral variable depends on a complex set of factors that include, among others, the light dose, its power spectral density, the phase of the circadian cycle at which light is administered, and the previous photic history of the person. For most people the largest exposure to light at night takes place in indoor spaces, like homes and working places, where long ...
Keywords
artificial light at night, light field, light pollution, photometry, radiance field, radiometry
Group of research
GOAPI - Applied Optics and Image Processing Group

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