Our inspiration came from how color temperatures of lighting influences people's energy and emotion status.
Measuring in Kelvin, color temperature could enormously affect people's physical and mental well-being.
Higher color temperature (4600K or more) appears to be blue-white, called cool or daylight colors, and can improve alertness and productivity while lower melatonin to reduce fatigue.
Mid-range color temperature (3100K - 4600K) appears cool white and is more welcoming than the high color temperature but still cool enough to promote a certain level of alertness.
Lower color temperature (up to 3000K) appears ranging from red to yellowish-white in tone, known as warm colors, and creates a sense of comfort and relaxation without affecting the melatonin level that is associated with the sleeping quality of people.
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