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Exploring the Interplay between Thermal and Visual Perception: A Critical Review of Studies from 1926 to 2022

Explorer l'interaction entre la perception thermique et visuelle : Un examen critique des études réalisées entre 1926 et 2022

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Research on the links between thermal and visual perception is an ever-evolving field aimed at exploring how one modifies the other. The findings can enhance buildings' energy performance and the occupants' well-being. Based on a screening methodology on a substantial article database, this review article provides an overview of the current state of knowledge by examining studies related to the thermo-photometric perception hypothesis between 1926 and 2022. It analyzes the limitations and contributions of these studies, identifies the most recent advancements, and highlights remaining scientific hurdles. For example, we demonstrate that the "hue-heat" hypothesis appears to be verified for specific experimental conditions conducive to measuring subtle parameter variations.
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hal-04317964 , version 1 (01-12-2023)

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Toky Rakotoarivelo, Bruno Malet-Damour. Exploring the Interplay between Thermal and Visual Perception: A Critical Review of Studies from 1926 to 2022. Buildings, 2023, 13, ⟨10.3390/buildings13040879⟩. ⟨hal-04317964⟩
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