specular reflection


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specular reflection

a reflection from a smooth surface, such as a mirror. In ultrasonography, such reflections are from smooth surfaces such as organ walls.
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The Bidirectional Reflectance /Transmittance Distribution of the light reflected within 10[degrees] of the direction of specular reflection is recorded as an image.
It allows improving the angle resolution near the direction of specular reflection.
For a perfectly smooth surface, the specular reflection is given by the reflection coefficient [R.
The calibration method leads to specular reflection beyond 100%.
9[degrees] off of the specular reflection angle--is not collected in a typical 60[degrees] gloss measurement.
The PerkinElmer IR Specular Reflection Set accessory for the Spectrum 100 helps manufacturers of architectural and automotive glass demonstrate that their products meet national and international energy efficiency regulations.
Rendering capabilities include smooth shading, specular reflection, 16.
DesignCAD 3D users can now shade objects in quick or realistic shading, and control ambient and diffuse reflection as well as specular reflection and the material of the object.
Avoid pointing to surfaces that can give specular reflections
Dots that were intended to represent points of light, essentially specular reflections or glints from the sun, turned to "holes," to quote Feneon.
In accordance with the American College of Radiology recommendations, the GX4MP display does not utilize reflective glass with protective coatings, thereby avoiding specular reflections or blurred images.
The D matrix thereby incorporates all daylight contributions, direct and indirect, accounting for diffuse and specular reflections, obstructions, and so on In addition, we provide a single ground patch for the distant horizon (shown in Fig.