The Atmospheric Influence of (red, green and blue) LED Lighting on Occupants of Hotel Guest Rooms
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The atmospheric influence of coloured LED lighting in a hotel room was examined using a 3D video recording of a typical hotel room. A mixed-method analysis was employed to place the descriptive judgements of respondents on a modified version of an accepted ranking scale. Participant perspectives were found to be significantly influenced by different lighting hues and intensities. The results indicate opportunities to both reduce energy use and improve the atmosphere of hotel guest rooms.
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