light beam


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Noun1.light beam - a column of light (as from a beacon)light beam - a column of light (as from a beacon)
heat ray - a ray that produces a thermal effect
high beam - the beam of a car's headlights that provides distant illumination
light, visible light, visible radiation - (physics) electromagnetic radiation that can produce a visual sensation; "the light was filtered through a soft glass window"
moon ray, moonbeam, moon-ray - a ray of moonlight
sunbeam, sunray - a ray of sunlight
laser beam - a beam of light generated by a laser
low beam - the beam of a car's headlights that provides illumination for a short distance
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Putrajaya FRD director Md Hilman Abd Rashid said the images that were viraled on the alleged fire at the building was actually a deflection of light beam and smoke from the air-conditioning compressor at the building.
Measuring 5 x 7 inches, the unit houses retroflective LED light beam technology and projects an optimized beam pattern for improved driver comfort and performance.
The powerful light beam projected from the simple LED unit effectively highlights deep recesses and cavities.
Different factors could easily affect the light beam, such as atmospheric pressure, which could scatter the beam.
The large aspheric lens is designed to give a superior homogeneous light beam over the total beam angle.
As the sound field changes, so does the shape of the light beam.
Made of millions of nanobeads, the spheres break up the light beam. Each bead refracts the light, acting as individual torch-like minute beam.
Lack of closed space between the holes of the perforated plate to prevent the light beam from reaching the restoration so there were not enough uncured masses between the cured areas.
Lukens' team tried to inject an electrical signal of is and 0s into the fiber, a task that would be no problem without a cloak, but the message never got encoded into the light beam. The receiver of such a signal would assume that no message had been sent.
These components compress, reformat and then expand the light beam. Ocean Optics www.ocean-optics.com, 727-733-2447