Element of obtrusive light.
Worldwide there is a growing awareness of light which might cause disturbance to persons living close to a lighting installation or might prevent observation of the night sky.
Recommendations now exist in some countries and should be considered as a positive step toward preserving our natural environment, reducing disturbances to people in their homes and hazards to persons viewing bright light sources directly.
The official term becoming widely used is that of “obtrusive light”. There are three key facets of “obtrusive light”.
“Stray or Spill Light”
Is the light falling on vertical surfaces or entering a property via windows etc, which causes most disturbance to residents living nearby.
“Intensity toward an observer”
The brightness or intensity of the installation from specific observer positions looking toward the installation.
“Upward” or “waste light”
The light emitted upward (above horizontal) from each floodlight. This effect is often referred to as “sky glow”. ——Source from: FIFA Lighting Guide
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