SSL: Power Play
How accurate is the self-reported energy consumption of connected devices?
By Michael Poplawski and Anay Waghale
Controls: Adjusting the Formula
Weaving non-energy benefits into our codes.
By Charles Knuffke
Energy: It’s Personal
Is individual control the only way to tackle visual discomfort?
By Willard Warren
‘Auditing’ Light and Wellness
One lighting company hoping to leverage the burgeoning light and health market has announced a program to evaluate circadian conditions in a space and create “certified circadian auditors.”
New Guidance on Horticultural Lighting Products
The DesignLights Consortium (DLC) has released the final version of its updated Technical Requirements for Horticultural Lighting (Version 2.1).
Experience the Las Vegas Smart Home
Lighting systems will be part of a Jetsons-style smart home demo in Las Vegas unveiled by technology company Savant.
INSIGHTS: Watch This Space
Research firm and lighting brand partner to test habitat design for the Moon.
Color: Double Play
Can color-mixed technology improve lighting quality and energy efficiency?
By Michael Royer and Holly Ratafia
Policy: The More Things Don’t Change – The More They Stay the Same
I could not resist flipping through the 1971 issues of LD+A to compare and contrast with today.
By Alex Baker
Editor’s Note: 50 and Counting
We celebrate LD+A’s golden anniversary by looking back at the moments that defined the industry and magazine over the past 50 years—and forward to those yet to come.
By Paul Tarricone