Smart quantum point lighting accurately reproduces daylight light

Smart quantum point lighting accurately reproduces daylight light

Scientists have developed intelligent white light devices with adjustable colours from quantum points — tiny semiconductors of just a few billion m size; they are more effective, and they are also better-enriched than standard LEDs. Quantum dots can dynamically reproduce the light conditions of a single light source.

The next generation's intellectual lighting system was developed by researchers from Cambridge University, using a combination of nanotechnology, color science, advanced computing, electronics and a unique manufacturing process.

Scientists have found that using more than three major light colors used in typical LEDs, they have been able to reproduce the daylight more accurately. Early tests of the new design showed excellent color transmission, a wider working range than modern intelligent lighting technologies, and a wider range of white light settings.

The Cambridge QD-LD system showed a corrupted color temperature range of 2243K.

The characteristics of the ambient light are related to human well-being. The wide spread of intelligent lighting systems can have a positive effect on health by responding to individual moods. Smart lighting can also respond to circadial rhythms that regulate daily sleep and awake.