Light is one of the most important elements for the accessibility and practicality of a cultural good, because it’s essential for visual ergonomics, but also for the preservation of the asset itself. The right amount of illumination for a cultural good guarantees its correct practicality and prevents damage caused by electromagnetic radiation.
During this learning scenario will be taught how to recognize various light conditions, and how to measure them thanks to the light sensor supplied with modern smartphones.
|Creator||Federica Fiorio, Francesco Fieni, Nicola Parisi|
|Pedagogical Approach||Explorative approach|
|Competencies||Scientific investigation, IT competencies, Data Collection, Conversion and Analysis.|
|Link to the worksheet||English: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NoTOeyOrSdhBzmvqm6QxBA3XFbL1EMSd17KTtneDEm8/edit?usp=sharing|