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STUDIO ROOSEGAARDE’S URBAN SUN USES NEW FAR-UVC LIGHT TO CLEAN PUBLIC SPACES OF UP TO 99.9% OF CORONAVIRUS FOR SAFER HUMAN GATHERINGS

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updated: Mar 17, 2021


Inspired by the light of the sun and backed by scientific research which proves that a new far-UVC light can safely remove up to 99.9% of the coronavirus, Studio Roosegaarde launched the world’s first Urban Sun in early March 2021.

Daan Roosegaarde and his team of designers, external experts, and scientists discovered how the power of light can be used to combat viruses and enhance well-being. Research shows that while traditional 254nm UV light is harmful, the new far-UVC light with a wavelength of 222 nanometers can sanitize viruses safely. Urban Sun, designed and developed by Studio Roosegaarde, shines a large circle of this far-UVC light on a specific area which cleans this public space from the coronavirus. Urban Sun serves as a supplement to current government…

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