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25,000 CCT 100% CS

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7,000 CCT 50% CS

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2700 CCT 5% CS

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METABOLIC FUNCTION

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Melatonin Secretion Starts

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Deepest Sleep

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20 Highest Body Temperature

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Highest Blood Pressure

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Lowest Body Temperature

4 5 6 Sharpest Blood Pressure Rise

Best Muscle Tone

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16 Fastest Reaction Time Best Coordination

CIRCADIAN OSCILLATOR

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Melatonin Secretion Stops

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10 High Alertness

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CIE D65 Daylight Luminant

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Circadian Response (CS)

SPECTRAL VARIATION OF RECEPTORS (nm)

Photopic Response (V 位)

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OPEN SOURCE CODE

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Visual Color Response

Circadian Resource (LUMINANCE)

HIGH

LOW

PREDICTIVE CIRCADIAN SIMULATION

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Circadian Resource

(LUMINANCE)

WINTER

SEASONAL SIMULATION

SPRING

SUMMER

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Circadian Resource

(LUMINANCE)

HIGH

LOW

WINTER

PREDICTIVE CIRCADIAN SIMULATION

SPRING

SUMMER

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Seasonal Sky Variability

View & Material Variability

December 21, 15:00

March 21, 15:00

June 21, 15:00

Overcast Sky Conditions

Partly Cloudy Sky Conditions

Clear Sky Conditions

Correlated Color Temperature: 7000K

Correlated Color Temperature: 5000K

Correlated Color Temperature: 25000K

March 21, 15:00 Partly Cloudy Sky Conditions Correlated Color Temperature: 5000K

CIRC ILL. | 178 LUX PHOTOPIC ILL. | 337 LUX

CIRC ILL. | 57 LUX

SAMPLE OUTPUTS

PHOTOPIC | 444 LUX

CIRC ILL. | 386 LUX

CIRC ILL. | 29 LUX PHOTOPIC ILL. | 81 LUX

PHOTOPIC | 833 LUX

CIRC ILL. | 1267 LUX

CIRCADIAN & PHOTOPIC NITS (CD/M2)

PHOTOPIC | 55 LUX

3000

CIRC ILL. | 301 LUX PHOTOPIC ILL. | 534 LUX 0

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Visual Color Response

Circadian Resource (LUMINANCE)

HIGH

Circ Ill. 1267 lux

Photopic 833 lux

PREDICTIVE CIRCADIAN SIMULATION

LOW

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PANELISTS

SUSAN GEIDUSCHEK

SENIOR DIRECTOR & ASSOCIATE CHIEF NURSE SEATTLE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

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PANELISTS

LISA REITZES

PROJECT MANAGER, FACILITY DESIGN SEATTLE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

SUSAN GEIDUSCHEK

SENIOR DIRECTOR & ASSOCIATE CHIEF NURSE SEATTLE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

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LISA REITZES

PROJECT MANAGER, FACILITY DESIGN SEATTLE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

AGENDA JUDITH HEERWAGEN

PROGRAM EXPERT U.S. GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

MEHLIKA INANICI

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

JUDITH HEERWAGEN

PROGRAM EXPERT U.S. GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

MEHLIKA INANICI

ANITA ROSSEN

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

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ED CLARK

KARI THORSEN

ASSOCIATE PARTNER AND INTERIOR DESIGNER ZGF ARCHITECTS LLP

MARK GESINGER

PRINCIPAL AND MEDICAL PLANNER ZGF ARCHITECTS LLP

PRESENTERS

KARI THORSEN

ASSOCIATE PARTNER AND INTERIOR DESIGNER ZGF ARCHITECTS LLP

MARK GESINGER

PRINCIPAL AND MEDICAL PLANNER ZGF ARCHITECTS LLP

PRESENTERS

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MARTY BRENNAN

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ANITA ROSSEN

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SUSAN SZENASY

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SUSAN SZENASY

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S ED CLARK

ASSOCIATE AND SUSTAINABLE DESIGNER ZGF ARCHITECTS LLP

MARTY BRENNAN

PROJECT ARCHITECT AND DAYLIGHTING SPECIALIST ZGF ARCHITECTS LLP

ED CLARK

ASSOCIATE AND SUSTAINABLE DESIGNER ZGF ARCHITECTS LLP

MARTY BRENNAN

PROJECT ARCHITECT AND DAYLIGHTING SPECIALIST ZGF ARCHITECTS LLP

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Lark Spectral Lighting is a collaboration of University of Washington and ZGF Architects

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