Most people will have experienced visible flicker. In simple terms, it’s when a light appears to repeatedly flash on and off at a very quick rate. Or in more scientific terms, it’s a change in the luminous flux due to fluctuations in the voltage of the power supply. However, it’s not just visible flicker that’s a problem. There’s also invisible flicker known as stroboscopic effect. Although the fluctuation is not always noticeable to the human eye, it can still have effects.
Download the whitepaper by Dyson to learn about:
- The history and causes of flicker
- What the health implications of flicker are
- Where flicker is most concerning