Tuneable white solutions highlighted at Light Symposium Wismar 2016

6th September 2016
Posted By : Anna Flockett
Tuneable white solutions highlighted at Light Symposium Wismar 2016


High flux LED company, LED Engin, is using sponsorship of the Light Symposium Wismar 2016 (LSW 2016) in Germany to raise visibility of its innovative compact and dynamic tuneable white light engine solutions for Human Centric Lighting (HCL) applications.

Held from 12th-14th October, the LSW 2016 is an international forum that will share new insights into the effects of healthy light and lighting in daily life alongside innovative technologies and design. Attending the symposium is a wide variety of lighting professionals, educators and researchers to keep up-to-date with the latest findings on how tuneable light can enhance comfort, raise productivity and improve well-being.

Renowned speakers from lighting design, art, environmental science and medical science from Canada, Germany, Norway, the UK and the US will participate at LSW 2016. Keynote speakers include lighting designer Mark Major, founding partner of international lighting design agency Speirs + Major, and scientist Alexander Wunsch, a lecturer in light medicine.

President and CEO of LED Engin, David Tahmassebi, commented: “In light of the growing demand for LED technology that serve HCL applications, LSW 2016 provides an ideal platform to showcase LuxiTune,  our multi-award winning tuneable solution delivering smooth CCT tuning with deep dimming for ultra-compact, ultra-bright lighting fixtures.”

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