Connect OcuWear to OcuView to get the best out of LIGHT

The Right light at the right time brings you:

Improved sleep

More energy during the day

Improved concentration and productivity

More happy/improved mood

A synchronised biological clock

Reduced social Jet-Lag

The wrong light at the wrong time causes:

Sleep problems

A lack of energy and lowered mood

Less alert and unproductive

Difficulties with learning and memory

Lowered mood

Long term health problems


Color temperature or CCT?

Color temperature (Correlated Color Temperature, or CCT, in lighting tech jargon) is essentially a gauge of how warm or Cold the color of light emitted from a light source appears. It’s measured in the Kelvin (K) unit and is most commonly found between 2200K and 6500K Kelvin.

Warm light sources, such as incandescent bulbs, have a low color temperature (2200-3000K) and generally feature more light in the red, orange, and yellow parts of the light spectrum range. Cold light sources such as 4000-6500K LED Cool light sources feature more light in the ‘blue’ range. When you think of a cool color temperature, think of the crisp white as seen in hospitals and at the dentist, and when thinking of Warm light, think of a cozy restaurant or fireplace.

CIE Standards: SO26:2018

Ocutune follows the CIE S 026/E:2018. This International Standard defines spectral sensitivity functions, quantities, and metrics to describe the ability of optical radiation to stimulate each of the five photoreceptor types that can contribute, via the melanopsin-containing intrinsically-photosensitive retinal ganglion cells (ipRGCs), to retina-mediated non-visual effects of light in humans. The document is applicable to visible optical radiation in the wavelength range from 380 nm to 780 nm. In addition, the standard includes information concerning the effects of age and field of view (FOV) when quantifying retinal photoreceptor stimulation for ipRGC-influenced responses to light (IIL-responses). And is closely associated with the CIE Term. “Integrative Lighting”.


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Social Jet Lag

Why are you so tired? – 1 in 3 Europeans experience Social Jetlag (SJL) (Roenneberg, T. 2012). SJL is the time difference between the midpoint of sleep on workdays and on free days (Weekend).

SJL the consequence of the discrepancy between and individual’s own circadian rhythm and the daily timing of eg. light exposure and social constraints in our 24/7-362 society (Wittmann et. al. 2006).

Circadian Disruption

Circadian disruption nih.gov

is Pervasive and can occur at multiple organizational levels, contributing to poor health outcomes at individual and population levels. Evidence points to a bidirectional relationship, in that circadian disruption increases disease severity and many diseases can disrupt circadian rhythms.

Biological Clock

Biological clocks are fundamental to the functioning of life and to the organization and coordination of physiology and behavior. Simple behavioral functions, such as timing active and inactive periods during the day/night cycle to maximize physiological activities based on the time of day is rely on the biological clocks. The “master clock”, called SCN (Suprachiasmatic Nuclei), organizes (like a conductor) biological clocks throughout the body (organs), coordinating our 24-hour Circadian Rhythm to the 24-hour daily cycle of light and Dark.

Integrative Lighting

Integrative Lighting is the official term by CIE defined as ‘lighting specifically designed to produce a beneficial physiological and/or psychological effect upon humans’ the term Integrative Lighting opens out what Lighting for Health and well-being might mean, while at the same time focusing on a very important factor – that for lighting to be successful in a healthful environment it must be seen as a component part of the broader Wellness environment – it must be integrated into the whole.

Integrative Lighting embraces the visual and non-visual effects of lighting. In those respects, we need to consider all of the impacts that lighting can have on us.


Chronotypes are individual differences in the setting of this biological clock that influence preferences for the optimal timing of daily periods of activity and rest.


In some of the products that Ocutune offers, an Accelerometer(a tool that measures the acceleration of the body) plays an important role in order to collect data precisely and correctly in order to correlate with Integrative Lighting data. The result of which is more precise data of an individual.


The 17 sustainable development Goals (SDGs) are part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. They set 169 specific, measurable targets across a wide range of interdependent social, economic and environmental issues, among others, climate change, and healthy lives. Together the SDGs form a call to action for countries and institutions around the world to partner towards building an equitable society and favorable planet.


Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all at all With the Ocutune systems you can monitor an optimize quality of light for user wellbeing. It Supports, sleep, Circadian and phycological health through indoor daylight/ Light exposure, outdoor light and nature views. Further, our system and designs, among others, promote promote physical activity.

Increase building energy efficiency by maximizing daylight access and utilizing low-emission systems. Ocutune Increase building energy efficiency by maximizing daylight access, and promoting energy efficiency practices.

Learn more about UN SDGs – https://sdgs.un.org/goals

Right Light at the Right Time

In modern times, an average individual spends more than 87% of their time in indoors. On average, we only see 2.5 hrs of daylight, half of which is often after the sun has set. The dim light we experience indoors may be disrupting our CIRCADIAN RHYTHM and compromising our well-being and mood.

Good light is the right light at the right time. We need bright light during the day and dim light in the evening. So we can function at our best!

Ocutune products help you to get the “Right light at the Right Time”

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