Through multi-channel light engines, LEDMOTIVE can recreate any light spectrum starting with sunlight which is the agent responsible for the stimulation of our circadian cycles. Light affects human cognition, emotions, hormonal cycles and biological rhythms. Adapted sequences affect positively health and productiveness of living spaces.
The highest fidelity light
Our main goal is overcome the highest standards regarding spectral accuracy. Accomplished by the usage of Multi-channeled LED engines comprehending the visible range without gaps in the SPD (Spectral Power Distribution) and the merge of single-peak LEDs with phosphor-converted to achieve flatness.
Real time calibration
Providing the highest standards from factory, our calibrated light sources’ aging and temperature are compensated in real time with the constant correction of the LED PMW signals, through an on-board CMOS spectrometer to match perfectly the target spectrum.
Human, animal, plant and object centric lighting
The HI-LED project will advance the state of the art of Solid State Lighting through research on innovative light engines that take advantage of full control of light. The incorporated intelligence enables responsive fine tuning of spectral properties in real time, as well as precise dimming capabilities.
These smart systems with added intelligence offer natural illumination patterns that respect our biological circadian rhythms. This can be done very accurately by spectral selection or even through Correlated Colour Temperature (CCT) adaptation.
The British national gallery in collaboration with Senior Scientific Officer Joe Padfield and Digital Imaging Research Fellow Florian Kergourlay, worked on the Peter Paul Rubbens painting “The Rape of Sabine Women” in a demonstration on how accurate light’s color and temperature affects on the perception of Art.
Human centric lighting
Natural light course of the sun defines the circadian cycle of living beings, this human centric light directly provides optimal conditions to ensure the synchronization of the biological rhythms and optimize their performance in work environments by reproducing recorded atmospheres.