US Patent No. 10,602,599

TECHNOLOGIES FOR ANALYZING LIGHT EXPOSURE


Patent No. 10,602,599
Issue Date March 24, 2020
Title Technologies For Analyzing Light Exposure
Inventorship Rita H. Wouhaybi, Portland, OR (US)
Igor Tatourian, Santa Clara, CA (US)
Hong Li, El Dorado Hills, CA (US)
Lama Nachman, Santa Clara, CA (US)
Assignee Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, CA (US)

Claim of US Patent No. 10,602,599

1. A remote computer for light exposure analysis, the remote computer comprising:a data collection module to (i) receive light data of an environment and (ii) receive health and wellness data from the user, wherein the health and wellness data includes an effect on the user that corresponds to one or more previous lighting conditions previously collected by the data collection module, wherein each of the previous lighting conditions includes a plurality of previous lighting properties;
a health/wellness analysis module to (i) generate a health profile for the user based on the health and wellness data received from the user and one or more of the previous lighting properties of the previous lighting conditions, wherein the health profile associates each effect on the user with a corresponding one or more previous lighting properties and (ii) analyze the health profile to determine any correlations between the effect on the user and one or more of the previous lighting properties of the previous lighting conditions; and
a light analysis module to:
analyze the received light data to determine a present light condition of the environment and a physical gesture performed by the user in response to the present light condition, wherein the present light condition includes a plurality of present lighting properties that define the present light condition,
determine whether the present light condition is indicative of one or more adverse health effects as a function of the determined correlations, the present light condition, and the physical gesture performed by the user,
determine, in response to a determination the present light condition is indicative of the one or more adverse health effects, a desired lighting condition of the environment as a function of the present light condition and the one or more adverse health effects on the user, wherein the desired lighting condition includes a plurality of desired lighting properties that define the desired lighting condition,
determine one or more lighting condition adjustments based on the present lighting properties of the present light condition relative to the desired lighting properties of the desired lighting condition, and
initiate one or more actions at the environment based on the lighting condition adjustments, wherein to initiate the one or more actions includes to automatically adjust at least one light source in the environment.