photochromatic


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pho·to·chro·mat·ic

 (fō′tō-krə-măt′ĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to a substance or object whose color changes on exposure to light: photochromatic glasses that darken in sunlight.

pho′to·chro′mism (-krō′mĭz′əm) n.
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com) bow sight from Montana Black Gold features a High Performance PhotoChromatic shell that automatically darkens in bright light to dull your pins.
The PhotoChromatic shell reportedly is 80 percent tougher than on earlier models and turns color more quickly, so the pins are always just the right brightness.
The micro-adjustable 5 or 7-pin Revenge is loaded with quality features like Black Gold's PhotoChromatic shell, which changes color throughout the day to keep your pins at exactly the right brightness.
Fluorescent, pearlescent, photochromatic, and granite (speckled) specialty pigments.
I don't understand the risks of computer screens when compared to daylight, if VDUs are emitting significant UV why do photochromatic lenses not react to them?
You get a lot for your cash, including a sculpted race–fit frame, semi–mirror finish, moulded nose piece and photochromatic lenses.
Reactions (+PS49) Photochromatic lenses adapt to light conditions, giving you comfortable vision in bright light and shade.
The Munich-based ad agency used photochromatic colors that makes the book completely blank until it's put in natural sunlight after which the content gradually appears like a Polaroid picture.
The science is similar to that of photochromatic lenses but with Magic Sky the tinted elements in the glass become aligned when an electronic current passes through.
The science is similar to that of photochromatic lenses, but with Magic Sky the tinted elements in the glass become aligned when an electronic current passes through.
In the first half of 2010, Revlon rolled out several new products including Revlon PhotoReady Makeup, which is said to contain innovative photochromatic pigments that bend and reflect light to give a flawless, airbrushed appearance in any light.
Revision claims the photochromatic lenses needed only 45 seconds to change from their darkest state to 60% clear.