Lighting in stadiums is crucial for athletes and spectators alike. Proper lighting can not only improve the competitive level of athletes but also provide a more comfortable viewing experience for the audience. There are several aspects to consider when choosing stadium lighting:
- Brightness and color temperature
Brightness and color temperature are two important indicators of stadium lighting. Brightness refers to the intensity of light in the stadium. The higher the brightness, the better the athletes can see the details of the game and improve the level of competition. Color temperature refers to the degree of warmth and coolness of light. Too high or too low color temperature will affect the visual perception of athletes. Normally, the recommended color temperature is between 4000K and 6000K. Too high or too low color temperature will affect the visual perception of athletes.
- Selection of lighting mode and lamps
The lighting methods of sports venues are generally divided into direct lighting and indirect lighting. Direct lighting refers to the light shining directly on the object with low reflectivity, which is suitable for the lighting of the competition venue and the auditorium. Indirect lighting is the light reflected and refracted into the object, which can improve the brightness and comfort of the venue, suitable for rest areas, corridors, and other areas. In the selection of lamps, different types of lamps should be selected according to the needs of different regions, such as LED lamps. Speaking of which, AIKO lamps are a good choice. AIKO AFL09, AFL19, and ASP04 are all great for indoor and outdoor stadium lighting. We can provide free DIXLUX/AGI32/RELUX simulation to help you choose the best LED lights for your project.
- Lighting control
Lighting control of stadiums is also very important. Lighting needs to change as the seasons and weather change. Therefore, sports venues should be equipped with intelligent lighting control systems, which can adjust brightness and color temperature according to actual needs, improve energy efficiency and provide a more comfortable lighting environment.
- Lighting distribution
The lighting distribution of the stadium should ensure that the light is evenly distributed throughout the field and the auditorium to avoid shadows and harsh light. At the same time, consideration should be given to the different positions of the spectators and the lighting needs of the game. The design of lighting distribution should take into account the design of the venue and the layout of the auditorium to ensure that light is evenly distributed throughout the venue. For example, in venue design, lighting can be placed above the auditorium to ensure an even distribution of light.
To sum up, the selection of lighting for stadiums and gymnasiums requires comprehensive consideration of brightness, color temperature, lighting mode, distribution, selection of lamps and lanterns, lighting control, and other aspects, to provide a more appropriate lighting environment and a more comfortable viewing experience for athletes and spectators.