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Improving health outcomes by restoring natural circadian rhythms.

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Set by the sun

Our eyes contain cells that are specially adapted to specific blue light frequencies, this synchronises our body clock with the sun. 

Blue light suppresses melatonin, causing us to feel alert. The absence of blue light during the evening leads to the production of melatonin, causing us to feel sleepy

The wrong light
at the wrong time.
Artificial light fails to give us enough blue light during the day
We bring the outside in

Our unique circadian response technology embedded in the light fixtures helps to restore natural circadian rhythms 

Using spectral tuning inside the light source we enable a dynamic change to the lighting spectrum over time