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Discomfort glare depends not only on physical and photometric factors but also on temporal factors: how long and how often the glare source is in the FOV.
This paper tested the hypothesis that a large glare source produces adverse nonvisual effects in terms of cognitive efficiency and effectiveness on ICT operators.
Although a luminance map provides a highly detailed representation of the visual environment, there remains the challenge of determining what regions in the image constitute a glare source in order to compute glare discomfort metrics such as the DGI.
A glare source may have any number of holes in it and still be considered contiguous.
Table 3 shows that the single best predictor of participant satisfaction (relative to all questions) is typically the DGI values derived from the glare source identification threshold of 500 cd/[m.