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GLA statement on Temporal Light Artefacts

Temporal Light Artefacts (TLAs) are undesired effects in the visual perception of a human observer induced by temporal light modulations. Two well-known examples of such effects are flicker and stroboscopic effect.

Global Lighting Association Publishes Extended Version of Colour Rendering Index

 The Global Lighting Association (GLA) has recently published a method, based on the well-established Colour Rendering Index system.

Global Lighting Association Publishes Extended Version of Colour Rendering Index

 The Global Lighting Association (GLA) has recently published a method, based on the well-established Colour Rendering Index system.

GLA Launch Press Release

 Taipei, Taiwan. The global lighting industry is pleased to announce the formation and launch of the Global Lighting Association. 

GLA statement on Temporal Light Artefacts

Temporal Light Artefacts (TLAs) are undesired effects in the visual perception of a human observer induced by temporal light modulations. Two well-known examples of such effects are flicker and stroboscopic effect.

Customs Classification of LED Lighting Products

 The lighting industry is currently undergoing a paradigm shift from conventional lighting to LED lighting and the development of new LED lighting products is proceeding very rapidly. 

Application of CIE 13.3-1995 with Associated CRI-based Colour Rendition Properties

On September 18th 2015, the Global Lighting Association (GLA) issued a position statement on Colour Rendering Index in which the need for an additional colour quality measure was indicated.

Strategic Roadmap of the Global Lighting Industry

An important role of the Global Lighting Association is to share knowledge on global trends, and for this reason we have prepared The Strategic Roadmap of the Global Lighting Industry.

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