Lamp spectrum and spatial brightness at photopic levels: A basis for developing a metric

@article{Fotios2015LampSA,
  title={Lamp spectrum and spatial brightness at photopic levels: A basis for developing a metric},
  author={S Fotios and Deniz Demir Atlı and C Cheal and Kevin W. Houser and {\'A}sta Logad{\'o}ttir},
  journal={Lighting Research \& Technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={47},
  pages={102 - 80}
}
Light sources are available in a variety of spectral power distributions (SPDs) and this affects spatial brightness in a manner not predicted by quantities such as illuminance. Tuning light source SPD to better match the sensitivity of visual perception may allow the same spatial brightness but at lower illuminance with potential reductions in energy consumption. Consideration of experimental design was used to review 70 studies of spatial brightness. Of these, the 19 studies considered to… Expand

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