diffused light


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diffused light

light in which the precise source cannot be seen while the apparent area of the source is increased.

diffused light

Light rays broken by refraction.
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This means that the only way to affect the intensity of diffused light is to change [[?
SolarPrint's technology, which mimics photosynthesis, is tuned to harness ambient or diffused light regardless of the incident angle, enabling it to produce a higher power output than other PV technologies.
At the moment of eye contact, I clicked the shutter, catching her quizzical, utterly natural expression with her face softly modeled in the diffused light.
This diffused light softens the bold panels of white and orange wall, which, combined with pale beech flooring, serve to give the apartment a strong, modern feel.
For photos for publishing, the diffused light of cloudy days often creates the lowest-contrast and therefore clearest images.
Even on cloudy days in Merseyside there is a huge amount of diffused light in the atmosphere and photovoltaic cells still generate energy.
GE designed the ECBA fixture to have a recessed light engine and a premium, diffused light source, said Abby Mosher, product manager, GE Lighting.
The soft, diffused light that filters through the weft of the rattan creates an evocative effect with little rays of light that generate a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
These effects can no longer sufficiently be described with traditional multi-angle color measurement quantifying the diffused light reflections at 3 to 5 angles.
They create a soft, diffused light working best in rooms with high ceilings.
Its built-in flash provides uniform, diffused light to illuminate the test strip that fits into the smartCARD reader.
5W lamp emits a more comfortable and uniform diffused light that replicates the feel of an incandescent.