General Information Previous: Hunter’s Dream Next: Oedon Chapel Suggested Level: 14 to 20 Suggested Upgrade: +1 or +2 Bosses: 2 Lamps: 2
Alison Jing Xu, assistant professor of management at the University of Toronto Scarborough and Aparna Labroo of Northwestern University conducted a series of studies analyzing the correlation between lighting and human emotion. The researchers asked participants to rate a number of things such as: the spiciness of chicken-wing sauce, the aggressiveness of a fictional character, how attractive someone was, their feelings about specific words, and the taste of two juices–all under different lighting conditions. In their study, they found that both positive and negative human emotions are felt more intensely in bright light. Professor Xu stated, “we found that on sunny days depression-prone people actually become more depressed.” They also found that dim light makes people make more rational decisions and settle negotiations easier. In the dark, emotions are slightly suppressed. However, emotions are intensified in the bright light.
External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to Lighting. Look up Lighting in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Wikisource has the text of the 1922 Encyclopædia Britannica article Illuminating Engineering.
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America official website ENLIGHTER.ORG online Lighting Design magazine IESNA Advanced Lighting Guidelines Lighting Research Center @ Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Shedding Light on Home Lighting Use by Lyle Tribwell (Home Energy magazine online) Lighting Research at the University of Sheffield Lighting Research and Technology; an international peered reviewed journal Society of Light and Lighting
Light pollution is a growing problem in reaction to excess light being given off by numerous signs, houses, and buildings. Polluting light is often wasted light involving unnecessary energy costs and carbon dioxide emissions. Light pollution is described as artificial light that is excessive or intrudes where it is not wanted. Well-designed lighting sends light only where it is needed without scattering it elsewhere. Poorly designed lighting can also compromise safety. For example, glare creates safety issues around buildings by causing very sharp shadows, temporarily blinding passersby making them vulnerable to would-be assailants. The ecologic effects of artificial light have been documented. The World Health Organization in 2007  issued a report that noted the effects of bright light on flora and fauna, sea turtle hatchlings, frogs during mating season and the migratory patterns of birds. The American Medical Association in 2012 issued a warning that extended exposure to light at night increases the risk of some cancers. Two studies in Israel from 2008 have yielded some additional findings about a possible correlation between artificial light at night and certain cancers.
An important property of light fixtures is the luminous efficacy or wall-plug efficiency, meaning the amount of usable light emanating from the fixture per used energy, usually measured in lumen per watt. A fixture using replaceable light sources can also have its efficiency quoted as the percentage of light passed from the “bulb” to the surroundings. The more transparent the lighting fixture is, the higher efficacy. Shading the light will normally decrease efficacy but increase the directionality and the visual comfort probability.
With the discovery of fire, the earliest form of artificial lighting used to illuminate an area were campfires or torches. As early as 400,000 BCE, fire was kindled in the caves of Peking Man. Prehistoric people used primitive oil lamps to illuminate surroundings. These lamps were made from naturally occurring materials such as rocks, shells, horns and stones, were filled with grease, and had a fiber wick. Lamps typically used animal or vegetable fats as fuel. Hundreds of these lamps (hollow worked stones) have been found in the Lascaux caves in modern-day France, dating to about 15,000 years ago. Oily animals (birds and fish) were also used as lamps after being threaded with a wick. Fireflies have been used as lighting sources. Candles and glass and pottery lamps were also invented. Chandeliers were an early form of “light fixture”.
Several measurement methods have been developed to control glare resulting from indoor lighting design. The Unified Glare Rating (UGR), the Visual Comfort Probability, and the Daylight Glare Index are some of the most well-known methods of measurement. In addition to these new methods, four main factors influence the degree of discomfort glare; the luminance of the glare source, the solid angle of the glare source, the background luminance, and the position of the glare source in the field of view must all be taken into account.
Next to this troll is a ladder that leads to the fountain shortcut, and the window where you will acquire the Tiny Music Box from Viola. Agree to find the girl’s mother to acquire it.
Recessed lighting (often called “pot lights” in Canada, “can lights” or ‘high hats” in the US) is popular, with fixtures mounted into the ceiling structure so as to appear flush with it. These downlights can use narrow beam spotlights, or wider-angle floodlights, both of which are bulbs having their own reflectors. There are also downlights with internal reflectors designed to accept common ‘A’ lamps (light bulbs) which are generally less costly than reflector lamps. Downlights can be incandescent, fluorescent, HID (high intensity discharge) or LED.
NOTE: This is your last chance to acquire Iosefka’s Blood Vial. Activating the Oedon Chapel cutscene will prevent you from getting it. Return to the 1st Floor Sickroom and speak to the woman behind the door to obtain it.
TIP: Maintain a watchful eye on the mob surrounding the bonfire ahead, as some enemies continue to patrol the path. If you draw their attention, back up and take them out one by one to avoid drawing the entire mob.
Slowly approach the mob until you hear a bell ring. This will cause the big group to disband and patrol. A few enemies will walk down the street and will not return, and the larger mob from earlier will not return.
Use your Pebbles or the environment to draw the enemies out in small groups, either up the stairs on the path you’ve cleared, or back down the path that you came from. Pay attention to the sounds of gunfire, as the bullets that the Rifle Hunter fire travel slowly enough that you will be able to dodge out of the way in time if you dodge as you hear the gunshot.
The Rifle Hunters will not advance, so you will have to rush them. Serpentine, pay attention to their shots, and get to know their timing. The closer you get to a Rifle Hunter, the less time you have to dodge.
Within a few meters, you should dodge as they level their rifle at you to successfully avoid their shots.
Trigger the lift again and head back down. Try to come up the same way you did just now through the sewers, however you can go straight from the bridge as well. Defeat the two enemies rolling the flaming boulder once again, and continue up tp the last set of stairs and you’ll enter a bleak looking graveyard. triggering the cutscene for your second boss fight.
Beacon lights are positioned at the intersection of two roads to aid in navigation.
In some design instances, materials used on walls and furniture play a key role in the lighting effect Photometric studies
Defeat the four Large Huntsmen partrolling the area above the rats, and look for the glowing item on a horizontal support beam in the sewer below you; drop to the beam to get Thick Coldblood (5). Beware the rats. Defeat them first to prevent getting swarmed. At the end of the sewer, there is a drop. Immediately to the left of that is the Hunter Set, guarded by a Large spear-wielding Huntsman. Your only option here is to drop down; to avoid taking unnecessary fall damage, drop down the beams in the left corner to reduce the fall’s effect. Beware the Wretched Undead. Though they move slowly, they hit hard. You will be able to snatch the 10x Quicksilver Bullets they guard without much issue. To acquire the Tiny Music Box, look for a short ladder on your left leading to a wooden platform. Take the ladder on the platform all the way up.
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Congratulations on besting Gascoigne! Head up the stairs of the graveyard and find a gap in the fence to the left. Drop to the roof to find a female body with the Red Jeweled Brooch item on her.
To the left of this NPC’s door is a shortcut blocked by breakable barrels. This path leads to the Kennels area (see below), and allows you tC co both skip a large part of the level, and open the second major shortcut of Central Yharnam. From where you land, walk straight and take the set of stairs on your left. Watch out for loose Rabid Dogs. Take the next set of stairs on your left and grab the Coldblood Dew (1) at the end. Go back down, turn around, and run straight back to unlock your shortcut. Straight through the Dark House is a path back to the Central Yharnam lantern.
Take the stairs guarded by the sleeping Rifle Hunter. To the right is another set of stairs that leads to 1x Blood Stone Shard guarded by a Hunter waiting around the corner to ambush you on your right. You’ll notice that the path extends to the right, around the large area containing the bonfire. At the end of this path is a 5x Quicksilver Bullet drop. You may leave it until the enemies are cleared out, or advance to collect them. Advance cautiously, however, as enemies lie in ambush, and you may draw additional enemies from the bonfire, as there are two more sets of stairs leading to this upper path. At the end of this path is an item blocked by a gate. You will have access to it soon.
In order to specifically measure the amount of light entering the eye, personal circadian light meter called the Daysimeter has been developed. This is the first device created to accurately measure and characterize light (intensity, spectrum, timing, and duration) entering the eye that affects the human body’s clock.
Head back into the building and drop down for your items. Start with the right hand side (as you walk in) item. Drop down and on your right will be a single rat. Kill it. Move to the next opening and kill the two rats occupying the area. Once they’re dead you can safely pick up the Saw Spear. Drop into the middle and kill the two rats at the end, making sure to pick up the items then head back out to the aqueduct. Climb up the ladder and head back to get the item from the other side. When you drop down on the left there’ll be nothing in the first opening, a single rat in the second one, and two occupying the final one. Once all the rats are dead, you can pick up 1x Bloodstone Shard. Navigate back to the top
The International Commission on Illumination (CIE) is an international authority and standard defining organization on color and lighting. Publishing widely used standard metrics such as various CIE color spaces and the color rendering index.
A study conducted in 1972 and 1981, documented by Robert Ulrich, surveyed 23 surgical patients assigned to rooms looking out on a natural scene. The study concluded that patients assigned to rooms with windows allowing lots of natural light had shorter postoperative hospital stays, received fewer negative evaluative comments in nurses’ notes, and took fewer potent analegesics than 23 matched patients in similar rooms with windows facing a brick wall. This study suggests that due to the nature of the scenery and daylight exposure was indeed healthier for patients as opposed to those exposed to little light from the brick wall. In addition to increased work performance, proper usage of windows and daylighting crosses the boundaries between pure aesthetics and overall health.
A major reduction in the cost of lighting occurred with the discovery of whale oil. The use of whale oil declined after Abraham Gesner, a Canadian geologist, first refined kerosene in the 1840s, allowing brighter light to be produced at substantially lower cost. In the 1850s, the price of whale oil dramatically increased (more than doubling from 1848 to 1856) due to shortages of available whales, hastening whale oil’s decline. By 1860, there were 33 kerosene plants in the United States, and Americans spent more on gas and kerosene than on whale oil. The final death knell for whale oil was in 1859, when crude oil was discovered and the petroleum industry arose.
Lighting illuminates the performers and artists in a live theatre, dance, or musical performance, and is selected and arranged to create dramatic effects. Stage lighting uses general illumination technology in devices configured for easy adjustment of their output characteristics. The setup of stage lighting is tailored for each scene of each production. Dimmers, colored filters, reflectors, lenses, motorized or manually aimed lamps, and different kinds of flood and spot lights are among the tools used by a stage lighting designer to produce the desired effects. A set of lighting cues are prepared so that the lighting operator can control the lights in step with the performance; complex theatre lighting systems use computer control of lighting instruments.
NOTE: The Cleric Beast is an entirely optional boss fight. He can be quite difficult as you will not have had the opportunity to level up your Hunter yet (you require 1 Insight to level up via the Plain Doll). Because the Cleric Beast is weak to fire, you can use your Oil Urns and Molotovs to deal massive damage (recommended) or wait until you meet an NPC named Alfred who will gift you 5x Fire Paper (not recommended, as Fire Paper is rare, expensive, and more useful for a mandatory boss fight later on).
Head right and down some more stairs and you will see a Hunter with a Wooden Shield with his back to you. Be aware of the other Hunter sat on the floor to his right before rushing in. Patiently wait at the top of the stairs. There is a group of four more patrolling along this path. Wait for all of them to pass, then either use your Pebbles to pull them one at a time, or ignore them and head left back down where the patrol came from to unlock a gate which leads back to the 1st Floor Sickroom, Iosefka’s Clinic, and a ladder that allows you to access the Central Yharnam Lantern.
Head down the stairs and deal with another Sword Hunter. Towards the back of the house there is a Wheelchair Huntsman ready to shoot you if you try to loot the Pungent Blood Cocktail in front of him. His back is turned you when you first walk in, so kill him before he knows you’re there. He’ll always drop Quicksilver Bullets. There is also a note on in the back left corner revealing some more Lore.
Several strategies are available to minimize energy requirements for lighting a building:
NOTE: Triggering the Oedon Chapel cutscene is necessary to advance Viola’s quest.Return to the Central Yharnam lamp, and speak once more to Gilbert. He will award you the Flamesprayer. Navigate your way back to Viola and make your decision. Finally, return to the lantern at the 1st Floor Sickroom and speak to the woman once more. She will offer to house survivors. This is one of two safe places to send survivors, the other being Oedon Chapel, to which you may now proceed.
Walking into the boss arena grants you your first point of Insight. Upon your next visit to the Hunter’s Dream, the Doll will be awake and you are able to level up. Messengers on the steps will also give you the Beckoning Bell and Silencing Blank. If you’re struggling with the boss, you can ring the Beckoning Bell and summon Father Gascoigne as an NPC to help with the fight, at the cost of 1 Insight. His summon location is near the fountain where you fought the first Brick Troll. Once you defeat the Cleric Beast, you’ll reach a Lantern and the end of the Great Bridge. Use it to teleport back to the Hunter’s Dream to spend your well-earned Blood Echoes.
Lighting fixtures come in a wide variety of styles for various functions. The most important functions are as a holder for the light source, to provide directed light and to avoid visual glare. Some are very plain and functional, while some are pieces of art in themselves. Nearly any material can be used, so long as it can tolerate the excess heat and is in keeping with safety codes.
Illuminating subject from beneath to achieve a heightened dramatic effect.
The Professional Lighting Designers Association (PLDA), formerly known as ELDA is an organisation focusing on the promotion of the profession of Architectural Lighting Design. They publish a monthly newsletter and organise different events throughout the world.
Make your way back to the water with the Wretched Undead, and carefully kill your way forward. Keep your eyes upward, as there are Carrion Crows waiting to drop on you from wooden beams. In the alcove on your right immediately following the stairs, there is 1x Bloodstone Shard guarded by a Wretched Undead. When you reach the tunnel you’ll see your first Maneater Boar. It is guarding a Coldblood Dew (2) and the Saw Hunter Badge, which unlocks all of the initial equipment options for sale at the Merchants in the Hunter’s Dream.
Underwater accent lighting is also used for koi ponds, fountains, swimming pools and the like.
The SI unit of illuminance and luminous emittance, being the luminous power per area, is measured in Lux. It is used in photometry as a measure of the intensity, as perceived by the human eye, of light that hits or passes through a surface. It is analogous to the radiometric unit watts per square metre, but with the power at each wavelength weighted according to the luminosity function, a standardized model of human visual brightness perception. In English, “lux” is used in both singular and plural.
Lighting without windows: The Pantheon in the 18th century, painted by Giovanni Paolo Panini.
Forms of lighting include alcove lighting, which like most other uplighting is indirect. This is often done with fluorescent lighting (first available at the 1939 World’s Fair) or rope light, occasionally with neon lighting, and recently with LED strip lighting. It is a form of backlighting.
Typical measurements of light have used a Dosimeter. Dosimeters measure an individual’s or an object’s exposure to something in the environment, such as light dosimeters and ultraviolet dosimeters.
The small, head-mounted device measures an individual’s daily rest and activity patterns, as well as exposure to short-wavelength light that stimulates the circadian system. The device measures activity and light together at regular time intervals and electronically stores and logs its operating temperature. The Daysimeter can gather data for up to 30 days for analysis.
Entry lights can be used outside to illuminate and signal the entrance to a property. These lights are installed for safety, security, and for decoration.
Motion picture and television production use many of the same tools and methods of stage lighting. Especially in the early days of these industries, very high light levels were required and heat produced by lighting equipment presented substantial challenges. Modern cameras require less light, and modern light sources emit less heat.
Color temperature for white light sources also affects their use for certain applications. The color temperature of a white light source is the temperature in kelvins of a theoretical black body emitter that most closely matches the spectral characteristics of the lamp. An incandescent bulb has a color temperature around 2800 to 3000 kelvins; daylight is around 6400 kelvins. Lower color temperature lamps have relatively more energy in the yellow and red part of the visible spectrum, while high color temperatures correspond to lamps with more of a blue-white appearance. For critical inspection or color matching tasks, or for retail displays of food and clothing, the color temperature of the lamps will be selected for the best overall lighting effect.
While you could ascend the ladder directly outside of the tunnel, and go left to activate the final shortcut in Central Yharnam, in the form of a lift, it’s best to bolt it past the pig if you don’t wish to kill it now. Sprinting past it, and turning left will lead you to another ladder. Climb up it to find a Large Huntsman and a Brick Troll, who will roll a large flaming boulder down the bridge to your left – if you choose to go up the ladder before the pig you’ll encounter a mob of Huntsmen rushing at you across the bridge, the boulder should take care of most of them so you should avoid getting hit. Take care of the two of them, then head left and up the stairs to face another 2 Huntsmen and pick up some loot. Do not head up the next set of stairs on the left yet, as this is the entrance to the next boss fight.
The portable or table lamp is probably the most common fixture, found in many homes and offices. The standard lamp and shade that sits on a table is general lighting, while the desk lamp is considered task lighting. Magnifier lamps are also task lighting.
Specification of illumination requirements is the basic concept of deciding how much illumination is required for a given task. Clearly, much less light is required to illuminate a hallway compared to that needed for a word processing work station. Generally speaking, the energy expended is proportional to the design illumination level. For example, a lighting level of 400 lux might be chosen for a work environment involving meeting rooms and conferences, whereas a level of 80 lux could be selected for building hallways. If the hallway standard simply emulates the conference room needs, then much more energy will be consumed than is needed. Unfortunately, most of the lighting standards even today have been specified by industrial groups who manufacture and sell lighting, so that a historical commercial bias exists in designing most building lighting, especially for office and industrial settings.
Gas lighting was economical enough to power street lights in major cities starting in the early 1800s, and was also used in some commercial buildings and in the homes of wealthy people. The gas mantle boosted the luminosity of utility lighting and of kerosene lanterns. The next major drop in price came about in the 1880s with the introduction of electric lighting in the form of arc lights for large space and street lighting followed on by incandescent light bulb based utilities for indoor and outdoor lighting.
A sconce is a wall-mounted fixture, particularly one that shines up and sometimes down as well. A torchère is an uplight intended for ambient lighting. It is typically a floor lamp but may be wall-mounted like a sconce. Further interior light fixtures include chandeliers, pendant lights, ceiling fans with lights, close-to-ceiling or flush lights, and various types of lamps
To your right is a group of 4 Carrion Crows guarding your first consumable Insight item. On your left, find a bridge that leads to a church wi th an NPC and a (large) Brick Troll. The moveset for large Brick Trolls is slightly different to small Brick Trolls. Stay vigilant and look for a parry opportunity.
Soffit or close to wall lighting can be general or a decorative wall-wash, sometimes used to bring out texture (like stucco or plaster) on a wall, though this may also show its defects as well. The effect depends heavily on the exact type of lighting source used.
Something will growl and bang on the large doors at the end of the area. You can safely approach the doors and pick up the two Blood Vials. There is a 1x Coldblood Dew to the left of where the upper Riflemen is. To the left of the great doors is a short stairway leading to another elevated area that leads you to the other side of the great doors. Follow the path through the door, then immediately cut left and smash the barrels to find 1x Bloodstone Shard. Continue straight, and collect the 2x Blood Vials on the body. Follow the path to the end to speak to another NPC.
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Occupancy sensors to allow operation for whenever someone is within the area being scanned can control lighting. When motion can no longer be detected, the lights shut off. Passive infrared sensors react to changes in heat, such as the pattern created by a moving person. The control must have an unobstructed view of the building area being scanned. Doors, partitions, stairways, etc. will block motion detection and reduce its effectiveness. The best applications for passive infrared occupancy sensors are open spaces with a clear view of the area being scanned. Ultrasonic sensors transmit sound above the range of human hearing and monitor the time it takes for the sound waves to return. A break in the pattern caused by any motion in the area triggers the control. Ultrasonic sensors can see around obstructions and are best for areas with cabinets and shelving, restrooms, and open areas requiring 360-degree coverage. Some occupancy sensors utilize both passive infrared and ultrasonic technology, but are usually more expensive. They can be used to control one lamp, one fixture or many fixtures.
Floodlights are used to illuminate outdoor playing fields or work zones during nighttime.
On The Great Bridge, head left and you’ll find another stagecoach with 3 Carrion Crows and another Brick Troll. Once the area is cleared, press on forward through the archway and prepare to take on the first boss in the game.
Floodlights can be used to illuminate work zones or outdoor playing fields during nighttime hours. The most common type of floodlights are metal halide and high pressure sodium lights.
Beyond the energy factors being considered, it is important not to over-design illumination, lest adverse health effects such as headache frequency, stress, and increased blood pressure be induced by the higher lighting levels. In addition, glare or excess light can decrease worker efficiency.
In recent years light emitting diodes (LEDs) are becoming increasingly efficient leading to an extraordinary increase in the use of solid state lighting. In many situations, controlling the light emission of LEDs may be done most effectively by using the principles of nonimaging optics.
Lighting or illumination is the deliberate use of light to achieve a practical or aesthetic effect. Lighting includes the use of both artificial light sources like lamps and light fixtures, as well as natural illumination by capturing daylight. Daylighting (using windows, skylights, or light shelves) is sometimes used as the main source of light during daytime in buildings. This can save energy in place of using artificial lighting, which represents a major component of energy consumption in buildings. Proper lighting can enhance task performance, improve the appearance of an area, or have positive psychological effects on occupants.
Enemies Hunstman (Torch & Axe, Torch & Shield, Sickle, Cleaver, Cutlass, Pitchfork, Rifle) Executioner Wheelchair Hunstman (Pistol) Rabid Dog Carrion Crow Huntsman’s Minion (Brick, Statue) Large Huntsman (Torch & Saw, Spear) Labyrinth Rat Rotted Corpse Maneater Boar Scourge Beast
Daylighting is the oldest method of interior lighting. Daylighting is simply designing a space to use as much natural light as possible. This decreases energy consumption and costs, and requires less heating and cooling from the building. Daylighting has also been proven to have positive effects on patients in hospitals as well as work and school performance. Due to a lack of information that indicate the likely energy savings, daylighting schemes are not yet popular among most buildings.
TIP: This particular Maneater Boar is tied to Viola’s quest. Killing it now will prevent you from completing the quest.
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National Association de Concepteurs Eclairage (ACE) in France. Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) in United States. American Lighting Association (ALA) in United States. Associazione Professionisti dell’Illuminazione (APIL) in Italy.
Hellenic Illumination Committee (HIC) in Greece. Indian Society of Lighting Engineers (ISLE) Institution of Lighting Engineers (ILE) in United Kingdom. Schweizerische Licht Gesellschaft (SLG) in Switzerland.
Society of Light and Lighting (SLL), part of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers in United Kingdom. United Scenic Artists Local 829 (USA829), membership for Lighting Designers as a category, with Scenic Designers, Projection Designers, Costume Designers, and Sound Designers, in the United States See also
The Professional Lighting And Sound Association (PLASA) is a UK-based trade organisation representing the 500+ individual and corporate members drawn from the technical services sector. Its members include manufacturers and distributors of stage and entertainment lighting, sound, rigging and similar products and services, and affiliated professionals in the area. They lobby for and represent the interests of the industry at various levels, interacting with government and regulating bodies and presenting the case for the entertainment industry. Example subjects of this representation include the ongoing review of radio frequencies (which may or may not affect the radio bands in which wireless microphones and other devices use) and engaging with the issues surrounding the introduction of the RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive) regulations.
Photometric studies (also sometimes referred to as “layouts” or “point by points”) are often used to simulate lighting designs for projects before they are built or renovated. This enables architects, designers, and engineers to determine which configuration of lighting fixtures will deliver the amount of light needed. Other parameters that can be determined are the contrast ratio between light and dark areas. In many cases these studies are referenced against IESNA or CIBSE recommended practices for the type of application. Depending on the building type, client, or safety requirements, different design aspects may be emphasized for safety or practicality. Specialized software is often used to create these, which typically combine the use of two-dimensional CAD drawings and lighting calculation software (i.e. AGi32, Visual, Dialux).
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Inventors Joseph Swan, carbonized-thread filament incandescent lamp Alexander Nikolayevich Lodygin, carbon-rod filament incandescent lamp Thomas Edison, long-lasting incandescent lamp with high-resistance filament John Richardson Wigham, lighthouse engineer Lists List of environmental health hazards List of light sources Timeline of lighting technology References Sources
Commonly called ‘light bulbs’, lamps are the removable and replaceable part of a light fixture, which converts electrical energy into electromagnetic radiation. While lamps have traditionally been rated and marketed primarily in terms of their power consumption, expressed in watts, proliferation of lighting technology beyond the incandescent light bulb has eliminated the correspondence of wattage to the amount of light produced. For example, a 60 W incandescent light bulb produces about the same amount of light as a 13 W compact fluorescent lamp. Each of these technologies has a different efficacy in converting electrical energy to visible light. Visible light output is typically measured in lumens. This unit only quantifies the visible radiation, and excludes invisible infrared and ultraviolet light. A wax candle produces on the close order of 13 lumens, a 60 watt incandescent lamp makes around 700 lumens, and a 15-watt compact fluorescent lamp produces about 800 lumens, but actual output varies by specific design. Rating and marketing emphasis is shifting away from wattage and towards lumen output, to give the purchaser a directly applicable basis upon which to select a lamp.
Return to the top level and open the large gates. Follow the safe path to access Oedon Chapel.
Assuming you did not take the shortcut, turn back and head down the stairs and towards the open area with the fountain. Towards the back, opposite the great doors, are 3 Carrion Crows. Behind the coffins there are two Oil Urns. Now get ready to kill the Brick Troll that you’ve only encountered through his banging on the other side of the great doors. This is your opportunity to learn how to parry this enemy; most of their attacks are slow and projected, giving you plenty of time to counter. Try to time your shot to match the start of their downswing. The two bodies that the Brick Troll guards, carry 1x Torch, and 2x Blood Vials.
Track lighting, invented by Lightolier, was popular at one period of time because it was much easier to install than recessed lighting, and individual fixtures are decorative and can be easily aimed at a wall. It has regained some popularity recently in low-voltage tracks, which often look nothing like their predecessors because they do not have the safety issues that line-voltage systems have, and are therefore less bulky and more ornamental in themselves. A master transformer feeds all of the fixtures on the track or rod with 12 or 24 volts, instead of each light fixture having its own line-to-low voltage transformer. There are traditional spots and floods, as well as other small hanging fixtures. A modified version of this is cable lighting, where lights are hung from or clipped to bare metal cables under tension.
Stay mobile, bait their attacks, and try to parry. You can set them up for a Visceral Attack by firing at them as they leap towards you. Laying into them from behind with light attacks generally keeps them stunned long enough to finish them off.
Make sure to be very aggressive if you get up close to them, and make the most of the Rally system to keep your health topped up. Alternately, if you have the space, dodge behind them and hit with a charged R2 to stun, followed by a regular R1 to Visceral.
They have a long recovery time from a missed attack so this is an easy tactic.
Head back towards the fountain, to the right, and up the stairs. To your left is a gate that acts as a shortcut later on. To the right is the item you saw hidden behind the gate earlier, 1x Coldblood Dew. Up the stairs in next courtyard there are two Rabid Dogs patrolling, and a mob made up of one more dog, and 4 Huntsmen each wielding a rifle, hatchet, torch, and cleaver, respectively. Take your time with this courtyard, as running straight in spells inevitable doom. Instead:
Central Yharnam is the first main area of the game, taking form as a large connection of Gothic-esque, Victorian buildings. The whole area is filled with Mad Villagers, and other dastardly creatures, including the Cleric Beast, an optional boss that ambushes you on the Great Bridge. The Cleric Beast is most likely the first boss that players will encounter in the game. Central Yarnham also harbors a network of sewers leading to a mandatory boss, Father Gascoigne.
Head back and across the bridge where you should find a lift to take you where the Lantern is, a short run past the 2 Brick Trolls. Visit the Hunter’s Dream now to level up or spend Blood Echoes, as you are about to fight Father Gascoigne.
Animated fountain in Moscow’s Square of Europe, lit at night.
Central Yharnam Map NPCs in the area Iosefka Imposter Iosefka Gilbert Viola Older Sister Lonely Old Woman Eileen the Crow Alfred
Specification of illumination requirements for each given use area. Analysis of lighting quality to ensure that adverse components of lighting (for example, glare or incorrect color spectrum) are not biasing the design.
Integration of space planning and interior architecture (including choice of interior surfaces and room geometries) to lighting design. Design of time of day use that does not expend unnecessary energy.
Selection of fixture and lamp types that reflect best available technology for energy conservation. Training of building occupants to use lighting equipment in most efficient manner. Maintenance of lighting systems to minimize energy wastage.
Use of natural light Some big box stores were being built from 2006 on with numerous plastic bubble skylights, in many cases completely obviating the need for interior artificial lighting for many hours of the day.
In countries where indoor lighting of simple dwellings is a significant cost, “Moser lamps”, plastic water-filled transparent drink bottles fitted through the roof, provide the equivalent of a 40- to 60-watt incandescent bulb each during daylight.
 Load shedding can help reduce the power requested by individuals to the main power supply. Load shedding can be done on an individual level, at a building level, or even at a regional level.
The National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions (NCQLP) offers the Lighting Certification Examination which tests rudimentary lighting design principles. Individuals who pass this exam become ‘Lighting Certified’ and may append the abbreviation LC to their name. This certification process is one of three national (U.S.) examinations (the others are CLEP and CLMC) in the lighting industry and is open not only to designers, but to lighting equipment manufacturers, electric utility employees, etc.
The Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA), in conjunction with organizations like ANSI and ASHRAE, publishes guidelines, standards, and handbooks that allow categorization of the illumination needs of different built environments. Manufacturers of lighting equipment publish photometric data for their products, which defines the distribution of light released by a specific luminaire. This data is typically expressed in standardized form defined by the IESNA.
In response to daylighting technology, daylight harvesting systems have been developed to further reduce energy consumption. These technologies are helpful, but they do have their downfalls. Many times, rapid and frequent switching of the lights on and off can occur, particularly during unstable weather conditions or when daylight levels are changing around the switching illuminance. Not only does this disturb occupants, it can also reduce lamp life. A variation of this technology is the ‘differential switching or dead-band’ photoelectric control which has multiple illuminances it switches from so as not to disturb occupants as much.
Analysis of lighting quality particularly emphasizes use of natural lighting, but also considers spectral content if artificial light is to be used. Not only will greater reliance on natural light reduce energy consumption, but will favorably impact human health and performance. New studies have shown that the performance of students is influenced by the time and duration of daylight in their regular schedules. Designing school facilities to incorporate the right types of light at the right time of day for the right duration may improve student performance and well-being. Similarly, designing lighting systems that maximize the right amount of light at the appropriate time of day for the elderly may help relieve symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease. The human circadian system is entrained to a 24-hour light-dark pattern that mimics the earth’s natural light/dark pattern. When those patterns are disrupted, they disrupt the natural circadian cycle. Circadian disruption may lead to numerous health problems including breast cancer, seasonal affective disorder, delayed sleep phase syndrome, and other ailments.
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The illuminated ceiling was once popular in the 1960s and 1970s but fell out of favor after the 1980s. This uses diffuser panels hung like a suspended ceiling below fluorescent lights, and is considered general lighting. Other forms include neon, which is not usually intended to illuminate anything else, but to actually be an artwork in itself. This would probably fall under accent lighting, though in a dark nightclub it could be considered general lighting.
At the Central Yharnam Lamp, walk straight to the window marked by a Red Lamp, and speak to the NPC Gilbert; he will give you some basic information about the world we are in (Note: we come back to him after we’ve defeated Father Gascoigne for a free Flamespraryer). After, head to the right of his house, and then left down the stairs. You’ll find 8x Pebbles. Then follow the path to the right and cross the bridge where a Hunter with a hatchet lies in wait behind some crates. You can drop off , on the left here but that is not recommended for your first pass through.
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Lighting design as it applies to the built environment is known as ‘architectural lighting design’. Lighting of structures considers aesthetic elements as well as practical considerations of quantity of light required, occupants of the structure, energy efficiency and cost. Artificial lighting takes into account the amount of daylight received in an internal space by using Daylight factor calculation. For simple installations, hand-calculations based on tabular data are used to provide an acceptable lighting design. More critical or optimized designs now routinely use mathematical modeling on a computer using software such as Radiance which can allow an Architect to quickly undertake complex calculations to review the benefit of a particular design.
It is valuable to provide the correct light intensity and color spectrum for each task or environment. Otherwise, energy not only could be wasted but over-illumination can lead to adverse health and psychological effects.
Many newer control systems are using wireless mesh open standards (such as ZigBee), which provides benefits including easier installation (no need to run control wires) and interoperability with other standards-based building control systems (e.g. security).
Vehicles typically include headlamps and tail lights. Headlamps are white or selective yellow lights placed in the front of the vehicle, designed to illuminate the upcoming road and to make the vehicle more visible. Many manufactures are turning to LED headlights as an energy-efficient alternative to traditional headlamps. Tail and brake lights are red and emit light to the rear so as to reveal the vehicle’s direction of travel to following drivers. White rear-facing reversing lamps indicate that the vehicle’s transmission has been placed in the reverse gear, warning anyone behind the vehicle that it is moving backwards, or about to do so. Flashing turn signals on the front, side, and rear of the vehicle indicate an intended change of position or direction. In the late 1950s, some automakers began to use electroluminescent technology to backlight their cars’ speedometers and other gauges or to draw attention to logos or other decorative elements.
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Return to the rafters and carefully make your way around them, picking up the items and cutting down the bodies whose items you will be able to retrieve shortly. Also take note of enemy positions below you. There is 1 Large Huntsman (saw), 1 Large Huntsman (spear), and 1 Rifle Huntsman. Make your way to the main level and eliminate the enemies. Don’t drop down for those items yet as there are a few enemies you want to deal with first. Head through the only exit in the room and you’ll come out at the top of Yharnam’s aqueduct. Across the gap there will be two Rifle Huntsman and a Large Huntsman. You want to deal with these before venturing to the lower levels. Time your movement so that one of the Rifle Huntsman is walking across the bridge when you launch your attack. You can then dispatch both riflemen before the Large Huntsman has time to get to you. Once the trio are down, explore the rest of the upper level for a 2x Oil Urn drop hidden behind breakable boxes. Beware of Carrion Crows (one is hidden behind barrels). From the Oil Urns, turn around and look down for an item on a horizontal beam. Drop to it to obtain 1x Bloodstone Shard.
Lighting control systems reduce energy usage and cost by helping to provide light only when and where it is needed. Lighting control systems typically incorporate the use of time schedules, occupancy control, and photocell control (i.e.daylight harvesting). Some systems also support demand response and will automatically dim or turn off lights to take advantage of utility incentives. Lighting control systems are sometimes incorporated into larger building automation systems.
The International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) is an organization which focuses on the advancement of lighting design education and the recognition of independent professional lighting designers. Those fully independent designers who meet the requirements for professional membership in the association typically append the abbreviation IALD to their name.
Lore Notes Within the Dark House, near the man in the wheelchair, on the bookcase to the leftmost side of the room, is a glowing paper, with information about the Night of the Hunt. It reads: “When The hunt Began, the Healing Church left us, blocking the great bridge to Cathedral Ward, as Old Yharnam burned to the ground that moonlit night.
Ballast: A ballast is an auxiliary piece of equipment designed to start and properly control the flow of power to discharge light sources such as fluorescent and high intensity discharge (HID) lamps. Some lamps require the ballast to have thermal protection.
fluorescent light: A tube coated with phosphor containing low pressure mercury vapor that produces white light. Halogen: Incandescent lamps containing halogen gases such as iodine or bromine, increasing the efficacy of the lamp versus a plain incandescent lamp.
Neon: A low pressure gas contained within a glass tube; the color emitted depends on the gas. Light emitting diodes: Light emitting diodes (LED) are solid state devices that emit light by dint of the movement of electrons in a semiconductor material.
 Compact fluorescent lamps: CFLs are designed to replace incandescent lamps in existing and new installations. Design and architecture Architectural lighting design
Over time, electric lighting became ubiquitous in developed countries. Segmented sleep patterns disappeared, improved nighttime lighting made more activities possible at night, and more street lights reduced urban crime.
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However, these two metrics, developed in the last century, are facing increased challenges and criticisms as new types of light sources, particularly light emitting diodes (LEDs), become more prevalent in the market.
Illuminated cherry blossoms, light from the shop windows, and Japanese lantern at night in Ise, Mie, Japan
Once the courtyard is clear, head up the stairs onto the Great Bridge. Immediately go left, and look behind the statues to the right of the stagecoach to collect 1x Blood Stone Shard. As you turn back towards the bridge you will spot two Wolf Beasts patrolling by another stagecoach. These wolves are incredibly aggressive and very fast. If you are new to the game, and unsure of fighting the Wolf Beasts, a good strategy is to lure them out using a Pungent Blood Cocktail, then pepper them with Molotovs. However if you’d prefer to avoid these hellhounds, using the Kennel shortcut described earlier will let you avoid fighting this pair of beasts. Should you end up face to face fight with one of these wolves, attempt the following
Indoor lighting is usually accomplished using light fixtures, and is a key part of interior design. Lighting can also be an intrinsic component of landscape projects.
Measurement of light or photometry is generally concerned with the amount of useful light falling on a surface and the amount of light emerging from a lamp or other source, along with the colors that can be rendered by this light. The human eye responds differently to light from different parts of the visible spectrum, therefore photometric measurements must take the luminosity function into account when measuring the amount of useful light. The basic SI unit of measurement is the candela (cd), which describes the luminous intensity, all other photometric units are derived from the candela. Luminance for instance is a measure of the density of luminous intensity in a given direction. It describes the amount of light that passes through or is emitted from a particular area, and falls within a given solid angle. The SI unit for luminance is candela per square metre (cd/m2). The CGS unit of luminance is the stilb, which is equal to one candela per square centimetre or 10 kcd/m2. The amount of useful light emitted from a source or the luminous flux is measured in lumen (lm).
Navigate your way back to the Kennels. This is most easily done by advancing through the fountain shortcut back to the bridge, then dropping off the right side where you picked up the Coldblood Dew (1) earlier. Search the Kennels thoroughly for a Coldblood Dew (3) guarded by a Rabid Dog. Across the bridge is a dog barking at a door. Kill it and knock on the door for dialogue with the Lonely Old Woman. She’ll ask if you know of a safe place, but for now the only option open to you is “No”. Remember how to get back here, as you will want to do so later. Head down into the ruined temple. At the bottom right of the first flight of stairs are a group of breakable barrels. Smash through them to access the upper area. Take an immediate right and smash through more barrels to find Eileen The Crow. Listen to her dialogue and she’ll tease you about being afraid on this particular hunt, also making mention of the fact that there are no humans alive in Yharnam. She’ll give you 4x Bold Hunter’s Mark. Speak to her a second time and she’ll teach you the Shake Off Cape gesture.
Exit the Dark House through the open door (the locked door is the shortcut accessed via the Kennels). Once he is dispatched, go up the steps and pull the lever, which opens the gate leading back to the Central Yharnam lamp. This shortcut will prove invaluable in the coming fights. For now, head back through the house to the Great Bridge.
This detour will lead you to the Hunter Set attire and to the Tiny Music Box, the latter of which is an indispensable tool for the Father Gascoigne fight. There is a set of stairs directly across from the stairs you came up on. These lead down to a small area overlooking the large bonfire area. Here you will find 10x Pebbles on the overlook, and 1x Bloodstone Shard hidden in the back behind some sacks and barrels. Opposite the lookout is a path blocked by breakable barrels and crates. This will lead to a ladder that will take you to an area with four new enemy types and various items.
TIP: Using your Torch here can encourage these Hunters to abandon their ambush points and be more aggressive.
Once the wolves are dispatched, press on further. To your left you’ll encounter a Cleaver Huntsman. Kill him then take the stairs he guarded, entering the Dark House. There are 2 Huntsmen waiting in ambush on the top floor: one to your left as you walk in, and one behind some barrels opposite the first Hunter. There will be 1x Coldblood Dew waiting for you once you have dealt with them.
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Sometimes security lighting can be used along roadways in urban areas, or behind homes or commercial facilities. These are extremely bright lights used to deter crime. Security lights may include floodlights.
LED lamps have been advocated as the newest and best environmental lighting method. According to the Energy Saving Trust, LED lamps use only 10% power compared to a standard incandescent bulb, where compact fluorescent lamps use 20% and energy saving halogen lamps 70%. The lifetime is also much longer — up to 50,000 hours. A downside is still the initial cost, which is higher than that of compact fluorescent lamps. Recent findings about the increased use of blue-white LEDs may be a policy mistake. The wide-scale adoption of LEDs will reap energy savings but the energy savings may be compromising human health and ecosystems. The American Medical Association warned on the use of high blue content white LEDs in street lighting, due to their higher impact on human health and environment, compared to low blue content light sources (e.g. High Pressure Sodium, PC amber LEDs, and low CCT LEDs).
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Street Lights are used to light roadways and walkways at night. Some manufacturers are designing LED and photovoltaic luminaires to provide an energy-efficient alternative to traditional street light fixtures.
Task lighting is mainly functional and is usually the most concentrated, for purposes such as reading or inspection of materials. For example, reading poor-quality reproductions may require task lighting levels up to 1500 lux (150 footcandles), and some inspection tasks or surgical procedures require even higher levels.
Accent lighting is mainly decorative, intended to highlight pictures, plants, or other elements of interior design or landscaping. General lighting (sometimes referred to as ambient light) fills in between the two and is intended for general illumination of an area.
Indoors, this would be a basic lamp on a table or floor, or a fixture on the ceiling. Outdoors, general lighting for a parking lot may be as low as 10-20 lux (1-2 footcandles) since pedestrians and motorists already used to the dark will need little light for crossing the area.
Methods Downlighting is most common, with fixtures on or recessed in the ceiling casting light downward. This tends to be the most used method, used in both offices and homes. Although it is easy to design it has dramatic problems with glare and excess energy consumption due to large number of fittings.
 The introduction of LED lighting has greatly improved this by approx. 90% when compared to a halogen downlight or spotlight. LED lamps or bulbs are now available to retro fit in place of high energy consumption lamps.
Uplighting is less common, often used to bounce indirect light off the ceiling and back down. It is commonly used in lighting applications that require minimal glare and uniform general illuminance levels.
Uplighting (indirect) uses a diffuse surface to reflect light in a space and can minimize disabling glare on computer displays and other dark glossy surfaces. It gives a more uniform presentation of the light output in operation.
However indirect lighting is completely reliant upon the reflectance value of the surface. While indirect lighting can create a diffused and shadow free light effect it can be regarded as an uneconomical lighting principle.
 Front lighting is also quite common, but tends to make the subject look flat as its casts almost no visible shadows. Lighting from the side is the less common, as it tends to produce glare near eye level.
Backlighting either around or through an object is mainly for accent.
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Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) use less power than an incandescent lamp to supply the same amount of light, however they contain mercury which is a disposal hazard. Due to the ability to reduce electricity consumption, many organizations encourage the adoption of CFLs. Some electric utilities and local governments have subsidized CFLs or provided them free to customers as a means of reducing electricity demand. For a given light output, CFLs use between one fifth and one quarter the power of an equivalent incandescent lamp. Unlike incandescent lamps CFLs need a little time to warm up and reach full brightness. Not all CFLs are suitable for dimming.
Low-intensity lighting and haze in a concert hall allows laser effects to be visible
For example, in order to meet the expectations for good color rendering in retail applications, research suggests using the well-established CRI along with another metric called gamut area index (GAI). GAI represents the relative separation of object colors illuminated by a light source; the greater the GAI, the greater the apparent saturation or vividness of the object colors. As a result, light sources which balance both CRI and GAI are generally preferred over ones that have only high CRI or only high GAI.
In a movie theater, steps in the aisles are usually marked with a row of small lights for convenience and safety, when the film has started and the other lights are off. Traditionally made up of small low wattage, low voltage lamps in a track or translucent tube, these are rapidly being replaced with LED based versions.
1 History 2 Fixtures 2.1 Types 2.2 Methods 2.3 Forms of lighting 2.3.1 Indoor lighting 2.3.2 Outdoor lighting 3 Vehicle use 4 Lamps 5 Design and architecture 5.1 Architectural lighting design 5.2 Photometric studies 6 On stage and set 7 Measurement 7.
1 Color properties 7.2 Light exposure 8 Energy consumption 8.1 Lighting control systems 8.2 Daylighting 8.3 Solid-state lighting 9 Health effects 10 Environmental issues 10.1 Compact fluorescent lamps 10.
2 LED lamps 10.3 Light pollution 11 Professional organizations 11.1 International 11.2 National 12 See also 12.1 Inventors 12.2 Lists 13 References 14 Sources 15 External links
The large mob contains three Hunters with Pitchforks, two with Rifles, four with Axes and Torches, one with a Shield and Torch, and a dog hidden at the back behind the carriage on the left. The recommended strategy to employ goes as follows:
To the left of the gate (from the side you opened it), there is an Executioner behind breakable boxes. This enemy poses a great challenge this early in the game, so proceed with caution. Executioners have a high chance of dropping Tempering Blood Gemstones, which makes this enemy particularly useful for early gem farming. Along the road that the group of Hunters travel, there are multiple NPCs locked in their homes that you can interact with. Simply look for the red lanterns beside their doors. These NPCs offer nothing beyond dialogue and can be skipped without consequence. Head back up the path and take care of any straggling Hunters. Keep an eye on the right for a staircase that leads to a single Hunter guarding 4x Molotov Cocktails. Past this set of stairs, on the other side of the carriage, is another set of stairs guarded by a sleeping Rifle Huntsman.
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To define light source color properties, the lighting industry predominantly relies on two metrics, correlated color temperature (CCT), commonly used as an indication of the apparent “warmth” or “coolness” of the light emitted by a source, and color rendering index (CRI), an indication of the light source’s ability to make objects appear natural.
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Use a pebble to pull the Rabid Dog closest to the stairs away to dispatch it, then draw the enemies down the stairs one by one. The Rifle Hunter will likely take a position directly above you and attempt to fire down, but the fence will block his fire if you stay low enough.
If you find yourself in a situation where you have multiple enemies and dogs bearing down on you, then use your gun to keep them at bay, and remember to stay mobile. Great Bridge
A demonstration of the effects of different kinds of lighting
Lighting is classified by intended use as general, accent, or task lighting, depending largely on the distribution of the light produced by the fixture.