light table


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light table

[′līt ‚tā·bəl]
(graphic arts)
A table fitted with a transparent or translucent glass top illuminated with artificial light from below.
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The next step was to take a photograph of the watermark on the light table, and see if details could be enhanced using Photoshop software (Fig.
So, using a light table with the photocopy face-down, they drew an outline around the shape they wanted.
They used overhead projectors and a light table - enabling them to create their very own shadow puppets before bringing their silhouettes to life by telling night-time stories.
Wavell looked behind his own imperial grandeur to see a man who was 'quite small light table beer'.
Children can draw their own pictures, post comments or make up their own images using different shaped and coloured acetate sheets on a giant light table.
The newly developed LED illumination enables users to work without a light table.
Further illuminating the darkened space is Peter Fischli and David Weiss's Visible World, 1986-2001, a ninety-two-foot-long light table covered edge to edge by hundreds of color slides documenting the art duo's far-flung travels.
LIGHT up your home with the Strata three light table lamp, pounds 34.
They had just finished working in their favorite cove, the drawings and manuscripts space, tracing enlargements from Jan van Kessel II's mid- 17th-century ink and watercolor ``Butterflies, Insects and Currants'' on a light table with colored pencils.
Tis park makes you wear helmets sometimes, and luckily we were excused, or Mike's photo would have ended up with Kulas' and Berard's, back on my light table.
Editing decisions, most made in the heat of deadline battle, often leave a few marvelous pictures on the light table.
The practicum students recorded the children's actions and words, and introduced the children to several observation tools, such as cameras, camcorders, a light table, and drawing tools.