User-acceptance studies for simplified light-emitting diode spectra

@article{Baniya2015UseracceptanceSF,
  title={User-acceptance studies for simplified light-emitting diode spectra},
  author={Rupak Baniya and R. Dangol and P. Bhusal and Alexander Wilm and E. Baur and M. Puolakka and L. Halonen},
  journal={Lighting Research & Technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={47},
  pages={177 - 191}
}
  • Rupak Baniya, R. Dangol, +4 authors L. Halonen
  • Published 2015
  • Engineering
  • Lighting Research & Technology
  • In previous user-acceptance studies conducted at Aalto University, it was found that the preferred light-emitting diode spectral power distributions (SPDs) were not characterised by a high-CIE colour-rendering index but by a high-colour quality index (CQS) colour preference scale (Qp) and a high-CQS gamut area scale (Qg). In these studies, the SPDs were realised with a 12-channel LED spectra simulator. It is, however, foreseen that LED light sources consisting of 12 different types of LEDs will… CONTINUE READING
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