Danish Elementary School Uses Dynamic Color LED Lighting To Promote Student Learning

- Mar 13, 2019-

According to foreign media reports, a few days ago, Herstedlund Elementary School in Albertslund, Denmark, put into dynamic color LED lighting, can switch between warm color temperature (3000K), cool white temperature (4000K) and cool color temperature (6000K), so as to rest during the afternoon Improve student attention.

The lighting is controlled by an Internet-enabled and APP-based lighting management system with four pre-set lighting scenes that can be controlled by the instructor to change the lighting mood three times a day.

In addition, the teacher can individually adjust the color settings and light intensity of all fixtures in the classroom.

It is reported that seasonal daylight differences and classroom layouts have an impact on lighting conditions.

In general, the cooled 6000K color temperature is designed to cope with the low energy period after lunch, while the warm white light provides a relaxing atmosphere for rest.

Using lighting infrastructure and lighting management systems, the researchers collected data on classroom use of light over a three-month period.

The results of the study have now been summarized in a recently published study that claims that lighting contributes to learning in primary schools.