Light to banish winter blues

26th September 1997 at 01:00
As the nights draw in, it's a relief to find a company offering artificial daylight. Clearvision's Virtual Daylight system mimics natural daylight, providing - the company claims - a natural, low-glare, flicker-free environment. Clearvision says the system provides an antidote to stress, fatigue, and headaches which could be attributed to poor lighting in classrooms. Good news for students and teachers alike. Details 01252 344011.

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