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Influence of the Height of the Line Of Sight in the Evaluation of Glare Sensation in Pre-School Classrooms

@inproceedings{Vasquez2012InfluenceOT,
  title={Influence of the Height of the Line Of Sight in the Evaluation of Glare Sensation in Pre-School Classrooms},
  author={Natalia Giraldo Vasquez and F. Francke Oscar and Ruttkay Pereira},
  year={2012}
}
In pre-school classrooms children between 4 and 6 years old perform various activities in different workplans adopting several body postures, which change the height at which the eyes are located. The aim of this study is to identify those variables of architecture and the conditions that have the greatest influence on the variation of the assessment of glare sensation when the height of the line of sight changes. Computer simulations and mathematical model of DGI were used to study (under… 

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