Measuring Light (intensity & wavelength)
stelsots last edited by stelsots
Anyone know how the data for the f.luxometer was collected? For a research project at school. @f-lux-team
Thanks in advance!
Bump! I'd like to know as well. I'm sure most of it was a really expensive spectrometer, the team has. They even have one in their vehicle that they can roll under streetlights and measure!!
Each measurement has information about the equipment it was measured on, scroll down a little :)
Measurement & Model
You should see that! It has much more information if you're on something like a screen or maybe a light. I was on "Outdoors".
TwoCables last edited by
Now I see why the fluxometer has the look that it has:
This is the Photo Research SpectraScan® Spectroradiometer PR-655.
Cool stuff. It's way over my head, but I think it's cool.
@TwoCables this device is in the 5 digits!!! WOW!
TwoCables last edited by TwoCables
Yeah, Lorna and Mike are more serious and dedicated than I think anyone has given them credit for.
Awe, thank you. ^_^
It's hard to have common knowledge about light and spectrum because it's out of reach for day to day use because of the price tag... we are working on a way to measure light spectrum very accurately with $400 hardware. And (somewhat less accurately) on your phone. We can't wait to get all of these projects out in the world.
@lorna WOAH!!! So you're going to try to chop the price to like, what's that 10%? No that would be $1,000. So 5%? Anyway, I'm just shocked! This is the first time
hearing, reading about this, and I'd love to know more!!! It's true what you say, it's out of reach, and there are no mainstream classes or schools that teach this. You and Herf are just absolutely incredible!