I have measured field data with lux meter under an overcast sky with 11000 lux illuminance level. I modeled the building in Honeybee and HB+ and one side of the window is brighter than the other side (I am using sky with certain illuminance). It is interesting that in my field measurements, one side is also brighter (having higher lux level) but my question is, if the sun is affecting this type of sky (either in reality or simulation) then why isn’t rotating the geometry having an effect on results? and why is one side brighter?
It is noteworthy to mention that in reality 263 lux and 356 lux cube positions are reversed.
Thx in advance!