indirect illumination


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indirect illumination

Battlefield illumination provided by employing searchlight or pyrotechnic illuminants using diffusion or reflection. a. Illumination by diffusion: Illumination of an area beneath and to the flanks of a slightly elevated searchlight or of pyrotechnic illuminants, by the light scattered from atmospheric particles. b. Illumination by reflection: Illumination of an area by reflecting light from low cloud. Either or both of these effects are present when a searchlight is used in defilade or with its beam spread to maximum width.
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The lighting consists of a ratio of 70 percent direct and 30 percent indirect illumination, which reduces glare when the cafeteria is used for a training session or meeting.
The irradiance cache (IR) is a collection of points in 3D space (a point cloud) along with the computed indirect illumination at those points.
Not a biography, history or literary analysis, yet something of each, White Heat amply demonstrates that indirect illumination sometimes casts the brightest light.
Indirect illumination -- engineers can now introduce more accurate light effects into their designs, ensuring that light reflects properly off different geometry and scene backgrounds and illuminates areas previously left in the dark;
Amadea models can include either two 39W T5HO or two 54W T5HO lamps for indirect illumination, one 24W T5HO lamp for direct illumination, and a 7W incandescent lamp for night lighting, depending on the models selected.
incident light coming directly from light sources) and the contribution from indirect illumination, that is light that has been scattered and reflected off other surfaces in the scene before reaching the point.
Full-body performance-capture digitizes an actor's appearance with complete body and facial realization; physically-based materials and lighting are calibrated to match the real world with indirect illumination and soft shadows.
Indirect illumination for the porte cochere is provided by T5 fluorescent fixtures within the architectural cove.
Its unique extruded aluminum housing, replicating architectural woodwork, holds dual 3500K T8 fluorescent lamps in two compartments to provide both direct and indirect illumination.
To avoid this, Orgish and his team primarily used indirect illumination throughout the different functional areas to light architectural surfaces in a project spanning from 2010 to 2013.