Organic lighting can have several meanings.
First, organic LED or ‘OLED’ - a new type of Light emitting diode source, a newly emerged cousin of the now ubiquitous LED.
Second, ‘human-centric lighting’ - a lighting fixture or system designed to work with humans and improve our health and wellbeing. It does so by leveraging innovative technology and control systems to vary both light level and hue in synchrony with the time of day and with our specific needs.
Third and finally organic lighting can be design forms that mimic or actually re-utilize organic forms. Items such as tree stumps, tree limbs, rocks or found living objects.