I like the "RED LIGHT" effect in Cockpits....My question is there a way too achieve that...White ,or green ,for me does not do it.
Red light is used in cockpits for night flying because it is the least hurtful to pilot's night vision. You have noticed that it takes time for your eye to see well in the dark after leaving a lighted room. That is easier after being exposed to red light.
Red light has minimal effect of the eye's autonomic contraction of the iris, so that the pilot can continue to see dim lights such as planes etc. outside.