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light box

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(Photography) a light source contained in a box and covered with a diffuser, used for viewing photographic transparencies, negatives, etc
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Light box at the reception hall of payment "EXIT" -4 units.
Personalise heart light box, PS45, Sgt Smith Let your loved one know they light up your life.
Participants were provided with a light box and asked to use it for 30 minutes every morning for four weeks.
The light box with Kuber yantra and the Turkish evil eye, when lit, reveals the hookah s lined up in a bazaar.
His Light Box House won a merit award from the American Institute of Architects Tampa Bay Chapter at its Annual Design Awards celebration.
Since its creation in the early 1980s, Light Box, a product developed by the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) that is designed for working on functional vision tasks with children who have visual impairments or multiple disabilities, has been an effective tool to help teach children with visual impairments to locate and track items visually (Wright, 2012).
No tools are required, making the Trappa Light Box stylish, eye-catching and convenient.
Most light therapy studies have used fluorescent lights, and today, the standard light box delivers 10,000 lux.
In key gathering spaces, such as the resource center/library, a multipurpose light box was created as a framework to display/suspend children's art and to create a feeling of overhead natural light where skylights were not possible.
The F1 concept was originated by a spine surgeon who purchased numerous alternatives to the light box which included halogens and LEDs.
So I decided to use myself as a guinea pig and ordered a light box online.
The light box must use white light and should be used as early as possible each morning, starting in September or early October.