“Feel the Light” embodies the phenomena known as human centric lighting. Technological advances in lighting systems have enabled us to mimic the cyclical variations in color temperature of natural light we all experience in a 24-hour day. Numerous studies have found our internal biological clock known as our circadian rhythm is directly affected by the color and intensity of light. By adjusting the color temperature of light, we can now synchronize our circadian rhythm by simply adjusting the color temperature throughout the day. Natural daylight begins with warmer color tones and gradually gets cooler mid-day and later returns to warmer color temperatures. We recognize this pattern of light helps to regulate our level of hormones, which causes us to either be more alert and attentive or relaxed and tired. As a result, human centric lighting effects the level of our productivity and feeling throughout the day.