Human Centric Lighting (HCL)

Light beyond Vision


Human Centric Lighting links to Human Body because light and darkness control hormone production. During the day, with a natural circadian rhythm, appropriate amounts of dopamine are secreted for pleasure, alertness and muscle coordination; seratonin for impulse control and carbohydrate cravings; and cortisol for stress response. During the night, melatonin allows for sleep, and refreshes our body. 

The Third Receptor


 New research on HCL has shown how light and darkness control hormone production, affecting a recently identified third receptor as well as both the rods and cones. Specifically, the discovered third receptor is a intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells (ipRGC).


A discovery which has been identified as the missing link between how our health and wellbeing are connected to light.

Our Mission


Balancing the desirable and undesirable impacts of light or darkness requires careful, informed consideration of the context and of the myriad effects of light on physiology, perception, and cognition, and know-how on HCL technology

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Internet of Things

Internet of Things

Internet of Things   ( lot technology ) is a network of Internet connected objects able to collect and exchange data.

Benefits are Energy Saving (sensors), reduce crime rate or boost your marketing strategy