1. Lighting Science and Humanscale Partner


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    At Neocon 2017, Humanscale and Lighting Science® announced an agreement to partner a new solid state lighting (SSL) product to enhance workplace productivity and wellbeing. The two companies debuted a prototype that showcases the newest developments in biological and performance lighting from Lighting Science.

    Lighting Science points out that it has been expanding its patented HealthE™ line of biological lighting for the commercial market. Also, the company says its patented GoodDay® technology mimics the physiological effects of sunlight to improve productivity. Sunlight has been scientifically proven to boost overall health via circadian rhythm and hormone regulation. Furthermore, Lighting Science says that the carefully-engineered spectrum of its GoodDay technology increases alertness.

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    Sunlight has been scientifically proven to boost overall health via circadian rhythm and hormone regulation. Furthermore, Lighting Science says that the carefully-engineered spectrum of its GoodDay technology increases alertness, focus and productivity; decreases absenteeism, and according to some studies even lowers incidences of physiological disorders including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and insomnia.

    Lighting Science says it is currently working across the health, wellness, and medical industries to generate scientifically-accurate data that will revolutionize the lighting industry.

    Humanscale, a company known for its ergonomically designed office chairs, has always studied the influence of environmental factors on the body and its function. Now, Humanscale is working with Lighting Science to create ergonomic products that fully support and augment well-being. Biologically-active lighting is a natural next step for Humanscale. Together, the two companies intend to develop lighting systems that positively impact human circadian rhythms.

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    Lighting Science and Humanscale Partner
    Author: Scott McMahan
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