Lighting the Way: Episode 17 - What is BioCentric Lighting?

In this episode, Niclas Olsson, CEO of BrainLit, explains how biology plays a role in determining our lighting needs.

Lighting the Way

In Episode 17 of Lighting the Way, Niclas Olsson, CEO of BrainLit, talks with Furniture, Lighting & Decor Managing Editor Amy McIntosh about BioCentric Lighting. Olsson explains the importance of circadian light and how biology plays a role in determining the proper amount of light for a situation. He outlines some case studies, highlighting the measurable results the technology has achieved in office and healthcare settings, and explains how it can also work in residential applications. 

This episode is sponsored by Dallas Market Center.

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About the Podcast:

Lighting the Way is a podcast from the editors of Furniture, Lighting & Decor magazine, spotlighting the latest innovations in lighting design and technology. Join us twice a month for interviews with lighting industry experts to learn how the industry is moving forward.

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