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A Study on Image Evaluation consequent on Lighting Environment in time of reading in Learning Space
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A Study on Image Evaluation consequent on Lighting Environment in time of reading in Learning Space
Lee, Jin-Sook; Park, Ji-Young; Seo, Eun-Ji;
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 Abstract
The aim of this study is to deduce color temperature and illuminance by conducting the preference & affective evaluation consequent on illuminance change of ambient light in case of the lighting method of ambient light mixed with task light in time of reading which is visual work action among the action in learning space. As a result of the prior survey on preferred lighting method in time of the act of reading targeting 20 experts before doing evaluation, the method of lighting mixed with ambient light and task light was found to be the highest. Such a result is analyzed to be attributable to the fact that the less the difference in illuminance of nearby space and work surface because of the mixed method of lighting, the less the glare, which makes a reader feels easy and concentrate on reading. On the basis of descriptive statistics of evaluation results and impact analysis by category, this study recommends the application of combinations of ambient light illuminance ranging from 40lx to 100lx with color temperature of 5500~6000K in case of the method of lighting mixed with general light and task light.
 Keywords
Reading;Lighting System;Color Temperature;Illuminance;Preferred;
 Language
Korean
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