It's hard to concentrate on homework when you can't see it clearly. David Feldman, chief executive officer of lighting maker YLighting...
It’s hard to concentrate on homework when you can’t see it clearly.
David Feldman, chief executive officer of lighting maker YLighting, has these tips for properly lighting a study space:
• Position the lamp to the left of a right-handed person or to the right of a left-handed person.
• Make sure the light beam falls on the working area and doesn’t reflect onto a computer screen.
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• Buy an adjustable lamp. A cantilevered model that can be angled and lowered is ideal.
• Clip-on spotlights are useful. They can be moved to wherever they’re needed.
• Adjust the level of lighting directed on the work in response to changing conditions. That will reduce eyestrain and fatigue.