[App] Free checking light at home or office with Smart Lights

Emily Huong

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Do you know? The light in your home and at the office can make a difference to the way you feel and can even affect your health.
'Light is critical for our health and wellbeing. Ensuring that we receive adequate light levels at the appropriate time of day benefits our alertness, mood, productivity, sleep patterns and many aspects of our physiology,' says Dr Victoria Revell, a chronobiologist at the University of Surrey.

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So How much lights do we need?

The amount of light we need depends on the time of day and the activities we are trying to accomplish. So Mimob Team produced which can measure and control lights at your place and suggest for you "That place is good for what activities?" like writing area, simple oriengtation for short visits,...

And the results also suggest you to decide to participate in activities in accordance with the light intensity was measured. Such as bedtime, reading, walking, ...
With full content and high science, the app will help you to use your smartphone in creative ways:
- Measure the quality of sleep through the bedroom light, so that you improve your health
- Measure the intensity of sunlight to help you protect your skin
- Measure the light intensity around your work environment so that you can adjust to reasonable
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For example, when you are studying, with Smart Lights, you can change lights to standard level suitalble for your eyes, your health. So comfortable and useful, right?

Thus, Smart Lights not only help you to measure light intensity, but also makes you really will have a
completely different experience in using smartphone phone in your lives. Hopefully you'll find something interesting from this application and please share with your loved ones.

Download the app free here
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rhapdog

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While it seems useful, there is no ambient light sensor on my Lumia 635. Sadly, will be unable to try it, as I can only assume that it would be required.
 

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