superbright

superbright

(ˌsuːpərbraɪt)
adj
exceptionally intelligent
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The device has a 6.1-inch SuperBright LCD display with a screen resolution of 1440x3120.
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A decade or so later, circa 1998, feng shui master Paul Lau would arrive in Manila from Hong Kong and Singapore and draw rainbows across the skies of our ordinary, daily lives with his charming stories of fairies and nymphs, enchanted gardens and superbright autumn moons.
It's not for the elite or the superbright or the wealthy or the privileged.
I then worked with producer Tyler Pridgen and developer Nate Turley alongside VR studio Superbright to create a virtual environment in which 3-D models, derived from both the Al-generated and original photographic petals, become particles in simulated systems, floating in space like a cloud.
To implement DLHM with a light source which has partial spatial coherence, the light from a superbright LED was focused down onto the surface of a pinhole with diameter [d.sub.p].
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Kissable Palette, PS9.99, brings together half a dozen of the vegan make-up brand's best-loved lippies, from the dusky rose Doll's House to superbright Lollipop.
Perhaps quantum dots could glow in a futuristic, superbright television screen.
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