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COLOUR PREFERENCE OF HUMAN SKIN TONES UNDER DIFFERENT CORRELATED COLOUR TEMPERATURES OF A MULTICHANNEL HYBRID LED-LUMINAIRE

Trinh, Quang Vinh and Bodrogi, Peter Zsolt and Khanh, Tran Quoc (2017):
COLOUR PREFERENCE OF HUMAN SKIN TONES UNDER DIFFERENT CORRELATED COLOUR TEMPERATURES OF A MULTICHANNEL HYBRID LED-LUMINAIRE.
In: PROCEEDINGS of the Conference on "Smarter Lighting for Better Life" at the CIE Midterm Meeting 2017, Jeju, South Korea, pp. 815-822, [Book Section]

Abstract

The beauty of human skin tones is a very important requirement for the luminaires in the lighting industry of cinemas, hospitals, cosmetics, shops, museums, galleries as well as in other human activities. Independent of the different demands of relaxation, entertainment, communication, business, cultural and art activities, human skin tones should be illuminated best according to their colour properties under both natural and artificial light sources. The research questions are whether the highest colour fidelity property of a light source for human skin tones can satisfy the light source users or is there another aspect of colour quality that should be added? What is the role of correlated colour temperature concerning this aspect of artificial light sources? In this work, these issues are investigated by means of visual experiments under a programmable hybrid LED-luminaire. Subjects had to scale the colour preference of their own skin tones visually. Analysing the visual results, the compromise between colour fidelity and colour saturation enhancement are discussed.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2017
Creators: Trinh, Quang Vinh and Bodrogi, Peter Zsolt and Khanh, Tran Quoc
Title: COLOUR PREFERENCE OF HUMAN SKIN TONES UNDER DIFFERENT CORRELATED COLOUR TEMPERATURES OF A MULTICHANNEL HYBRID LED-LUMINAIRE
Language: English
Abstract:

The beauty of human skin tones is a very important requirement for the luminaires in the lighting industry of cinemas, hospitals, cosmetics, shops, museums, galleries as well as in other human activities. Independent of the different demands of relaxation, entertainment, communication, business, cultural and art activities, human skin tones should be illuminated best according to their colour properties under both natural and artificial light sources. The research questions are whether the highest colour fidelity property of a light source for human skin tones can satisfy the light source users or is there another aspect of colour quality that should be added? What is the role of correlated colour temperature concerning this aspect of artificial light sources? In this work, these issues are investigated by means of visual experiments under a programmable hybrid LED-luminaire. Subjects had to scale the colour preference of their own skin tones visually. Analysing the visual results, the compromise between colour fidelity and colour saturation enhancement are discussed.

Title of Book: PROCEEDINGS of the Conference on "Smarter Lighting for Better Life" at the CIE Midterm Meeting 2017
Place of Publication: Jeju, South Korea
ISBN: 978-3-901906-95-4
Divisions: 18 Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
18 Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology > Institute for Electromechanical Design
18 Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology > Institute for Electromechanical Design > Light Technology
Date Deposited: 20 Dec 2017 14:19
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