Photosensitive retinal ganglion cells (ipRGGs) are the most recently discovered photoreceptor class in the human retina. It reveals contemporary and emerging lighting technologies as powerful tools to set mind, brain and behaviour.

This Element integrates new knowledge and perspectives from visual neuroscience, psychology, sleep science and architecture to discuss how melanopsin-mediated ipRGC functions can be measured and their circuits manipulated.

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