Today, the use of light is being monitored and calculated, intelligent day lighting means the scattering of light. For example,the danpalon protection panel of the Mona Lisa painting by Leonardo de Vinci in the Louvre museum in Paris, France is where one can see a use of intelligent daylighting. Danpalon's panels filters the light over the Mona Lisa work of art, provides exceptional quality of light, a rich non-industrial visual appeal and delivers superior durability, thermal insulation and 99.9% UV protection, an outcome of the use of intelligent daylighting.
In order to ensure intelligent daylighting for larger and more complicated surfaces Danpalon's Microcell are available in a range of thicknesses and widths.
The Microcell structure transmits an even diffusion of natural light, producing a rich look similar to glass, but also has the advantages of intelligent daylighting. Specifically designed for architectural daylight applications, the tight spacing between the ribs produces a superior quality of light and an aesthetically appealing look that can only be achieved by using intelligent daylighting.