“To me, lighting really sets the mood for a room. A 40 watt bulb in a cheap lamp is the same as a 40 watt bulb in an expensive one.”
Lighting is a rapidly changing and clearly inevitable technology that demands that we learn new terminology and evaluation methods. Professionals responsible for exhibition lighting are currently confronted with big, expensive decisions. These are complicated by the fact that LED technology offers the possibility of a better or different viewing experience than we are accustomed to.
Light For Art And Museum:
Lighting and art are essential for each other.people are enriched by artistic culture and museum.Through art we expand our horizons and enter new worlds. That is why buildings designed for art and culture are at the centre of public interest and putting light on their products bloom the entire gallery pathway. So, lighting used in these spaces have a far-reaching influence on their identity. In a museum space,daylight and artificial light are of fundamental importance because they guide people emotionally.The lighting makes it possible to illuminate all the facets of the artwork and to structure exhibitions.Light products essential both for conservation and aesthetic reasons too.Intensity peaks will cause some colors to fade more rapidly, shifting the color balance of the object. But putting light on any object or space do change the colors perceived by the viewer. An ideal light source will deliver the same spectrum regardless of brightness, giving accurate color rendition even under dim lighting.
Light is an essential ingredient of lighting in museums, art galleries and exhibitions. It creates little contrast and few or even no shadows. The larger the light-emitting surface area is relative to the viewing area, the softer the light will be perceived because there are no shadows. LEXSTAR lighting products makes it possible to simulate this natural form of light amazingly while also allowing effective combinations of natural light and artificial light. Intelligent control systems and appropriate luminaries can be used to make sure that brightness and colour temperatures are always adjusted to suit the needs of particular exhibitions.