veiling glare


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blind·ing glare

glare resulting from excessive illumination.
Synonym(s): veiling glare

veiling glare

loss of contrast due to light scattering within a lens system, as in a fluoroscopic image intensifier.
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Use blinds or drapes to control the light from windows: Avoid veiling glare that is caused by direct light shining on the monitor screen, washing out the images.
Veiling glare significantly reduces contrast and resolution, creating a visible haze that reduces clarity.
Color indexed to the 5-Wire's conductive coating, these dots allow light to pass through the substrates with minimal veiling glare.
2B KRSD effectively attenuate optical artifacts such as ghosting, flare, and veiling glare that might be stimulated by strong light sources (for example, sun in daytime and car headlights at nighttime).
In a typical resistive touch screen, the dielectric separator dots used to isolate the conductive layers intensity veiling glare, the scattering of light transmitted through the touch screen.
Veiling glare significantly reduces contrast and resolution creating a visible haze that reduces clarity.
Even black velvet reflects a small amount of light, and any residual reflectance could be mistaken for veiling glare.
The authors remark that the baseline for veiling glare in their investigations was set by scattering within a camera body itself and seemed never to be lower than about 0.
It reduces reflective and veiling glare 50-80 percent on reading materials and work surfaces at viewing angles of 30-60 degrees.