Hello, and welcome to our Natural Light simulator!
Although every PC and Laptop has a different screen in terms of brightness, colour presentation and size, you can use it to provide a low intensity Light source.
This is NOT a light box but can provide a comfortable ambient "light temperature" when taking a break from working on your computer (see below).
The "temperature" of light is presented in a scale in degrees Kelvin, and here we give you the opportunity of flooding your screen with light at various "temperatures".
The temperature of daylight is approximately 5500 degrees Kelvin, and that is the default value we use here initially. But you can also select other light "temperatures" to flood your screen and it will remember the last Colour you used.
The palette below contains the 5 colour "temperatures" above.
Simply use your current Colour, select a Colour from the palette below, from the row above, or use the selectors below to find a new Colour, and then click the colour rectangle to fill the screen with this Colour.
To return to this page, simply click your mouse or press any key.
Please note that using your computer in this way is not meant to replace natural light, and we do not assert that doing so will have any beneficial affects, but you can use the computer in front of you to display light which you may find helpful.
Also, please switch off any screen saver that you may have set up, as this will prevent your computer from displaying light when your screen saver starts to function.