Childish mocking, is immature. Also, resource please.I knew you would bring up glare. Be aware that glare is more a function of light going where it's not wanted, and source size, then it is of CCT.
You didn't view the video or the research. I'll link it again. Alan Lewis's research included off-axis target detection under "target eccentricity." Furthermore, UC Davis already conducted studies that included.Moreover, I'd love the study to do both on and off-axis target detection, color recognition, reaction times, etc.
They've already tested a broad range of CCT.During EPIC-sponsored CLTC laboratory activities, a broad range of products between 2,200 K and 6,500 K has demonstrated that similar color rendering, discrimination, and visual acuity can be achieved.