The second part of the research has yet to start. It will, in fact, consist of a definition of characteristics – such as e.g. direction, intensity, CCT, frequency, position...- that a light stimulus, in a certain indoor environment, should have to trigger a similar physiological response happened to registered and analysed before. The goal is designing a lighting scenario that can contribute to the overall wellbeing of the people in a space, in particular of whom stays in an office and might benefit from having an environment that helps with maintaining the focus without depleting all the mental resources.
Same numbers of participants will be, in fact, as well as perform the same type of test in a controlled environment. The aim will be to find the ‘exact combination’ that artificial lighting should have to help people feel better. Acute effects of light exposure do, in fact, impact moods, alertness and vitality, which could benefit our daily routine.