In addition to higher levels of sports stadium lighting solutions, good visual performance and high quality television playback must also have low glare and high uniformity. Sports lighting design requires accurate estimates, so the designer of lighting engineering principles and related computer programs have a very thorough understanding.
Additional instructions can be found in Sports and Entertainment Lighting in the IES Practice Recommendations. Classroom and Equipment Categories There is no longer any point in the traditional ways in which exercise can be divided into amateur and professional. Modern habits allow amateurs and professional athletes to compete in the same race (such as golf and tennis).
In addition, there are some amateur sports such as basketball and soccer, which have almost the same skill level as professional sports and use the same equipment. As a general rule, contestants and spectators demand a brighter environment due to improved skill levels. There is a correlation between the size of the equipment and the skill level of the game, that is, the number of viewers is directly related to the skill level of the game. Therefore, the equipment should be designed to meet the highest level of skill and maximum audience capacity.
To determine the appropriate lighting standards, equipment is divided into four categories:
* The first category: In the capacity of large, with more than 200000 spectators venue competition. (In this section, the recommendation for a single outdoor lighting & sports lighting solutions standard is limited to viewers of only 10,000 or less.) A stadium that hosts more than 10,000 people usually requires fairly high horizontal and vertical illuminances due to being sitting farthest away from the playing field Viewers and the need for television broadcast, the illumination required in these cases is often more than twice as high as suggested in this section.)
* The second category: less than 5,000 spectators game
* The third category: basically only the contestants, still need to consider the audience
* The fourth category: only social and entertainment competition, the audience considered as secondary