Research into the Improvement of Museum Visitor’s Emotional Response Levels to Artificial Lighting Designs Based on Interdisciplinary Creativity
Based on an investigation by the Liaoning Provincial Museum, the lighting environment designed by artificial lighting was used to improve tourists' emotional response levels. The investigation concentrated on tourists' visual factors. Forty observers were invited to participate in the evaluation of exhibits through simulation experiments. Key words were recorded throughout the exhibits to be evaluated this was done to assess the subjective factors that have the greatest impact on the visual system, including comfort, texture clarity and color authenticity. The color rendering index in the optical correlation properties was discussed in detail, and the color temperature was briefly described. The corresponding color table data ( color table map ) was obtained by using the theoretical formula of R, G and B color signals and the color tone formula in Experiment 1 ( building color vision model ). Taking 2950 K tricolor fluorescent lamps in the Liaoning Museum as an example, and the corresponding Kendall level correlation coefficient Ra, QA, FCI was obtained by using CIE color rendering sample measurement method and also 2950 K fluorescent lamp spectral energy data as the research object in Experiment 2. The weight W was discussed in combination with the tourist questionnaire to characterize the color fidelity evaluation of the light source. Finally, the characteristics and design concept of artificial lighting are analyzed and summarized, and the application of creative thinking in lighting design is discussed in order to improve the emotional response level of museum lighting. This research will have far-reaching significance.
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