The Sunflower vs. The Light Bulb
We find it best to show you the answers to questions like these. The first photo shows a room lit with a single lightbulb in the corner. Not bad right? However, with the Sunflower the room becomes fully illuminated!
The room became significantly brighter with the Sunflower — but the fact that it was natural really did mean that it was more gentle than the light that comes from a light bulb. The kind of light provided by the Sunflower is enjoyable in the same way that, when you’re sitting out at the beach or traipsing out into a field to enjoy the sun.
That description still seem too obvious? Imagine you’re relaxing on the beach. The sun’s shining bright, you can feel it tingle a little bit on your skin. Overall, you just feel warm. Then a cloud goes by and completely blocks out the sun. How do you feel then? Cold? And kind of gloomy. The whole mood of the beach changes instantly when a cloud blocks the sun. It’s the same in a room lit up with the Sunflower vs. with a light bulb. A light bulb is bright, provides more than enough light, but it doesn’t feel natural, it doesn’t feel warm.
So — yes, the Sunflower makes a room significantly brighter. But more than just meeting a need for light, the Sunflower brings you feel-good light.
For a more in depth explanation of how to examine the difference in light between a room with the Sunflower and without, see how we used the Sunflower to light up a study.