Very few people from modern careerists presumes to work to himself in the open air that over it there was only a sky in beautiful clouds and the sun. At least, so was earlier while at German institute Fraunhofer Institute have not created the virtual ceiling simulating the sky.
As we already know thanks to unusual workplace Droplet, it is possible to work directly in the open air, thus not strongly keeping away from the office and colleagues. And here working out Fraunhofer Institute will allow to appear under the blue sky without leaving a building at all.
The essence of this project consists in creation of small light-emitting diode screens in the sizes 50 on 50 centimetres. They fasten to a ceiling, creating a continuous file. At their inclusion, red, dark blue, green and white light-emitting diodes of which these displays consist, in a combination create a picture simulating the day sky (in conditional, instead of real display).
And, the set of modes of this installation will be accessible to users. At desire, it will be possible to have over yourself the pure cloudless blue sky with bright the sun on it (besides, it is conditional), it is possible to choose also and easy overcast, and it is possible also dense clouds which thus also will move on the sky with different speed.
Founders of this office cloudy sky assert that according to their experiments, the similar system considerably increases working capacity of employees of premises where it is established. Having over itself the artificial sky developed by Fraunhofer Institute, the person subconsciously perceives it as the present with real clouds and the sun that positively influences a mood, state of health, attentiveness and concentration on a problem. This system makes dynamic changes of illumination in office so that to people they seemed unevident, almost imperceptible, differently it will distract, instead of to help with concentration.
Especially actual office sky will be during winter time when the person doesn’t have light from the hung nature and also when offices are placed in the premises closed to a sunlight, for example, in cellars or rooms without windows.