channel light

channel light

[′chan·əl ‚līt]
(navigation)
In marine operations, a light marking a channel.
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The research team has also created what it calls the first laser-written light-guiding systems that could pioneer these advancements and shot lasers into glass to create pathways that transmit data in the form of small beams of light, as the waveguides act as tunnels that channel light, similar to how electronic wires convey electrical signals.
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These waveguides act as tunnels that channel light, analogous to the way electronic wires convey electrical signals, and form the basis for a host of applications.
Almost any image can be printed, but there are a few things to keep in mind: Colours will shift in the conversion from an RGB colour space (3 channel light based colour mixing) to a CMYK colour space (4 channel pigment based colour mixing) and again when printed using ceramic inks.
The house was formerly a burnt-out shop until two years ago when city leaders give the go-ahead for a refit to create the eco-home, which includes solar panels on the roof and sun pipes to channel light into the house.
The house was formerly a burnt-out shop until two years ago, when city leaders give the go-ahead for a refit to create the eco-home, which includes solar panels on the roof and sun pipes to channel light into the house.
The former uses reflectors to channel light through a tube from the roof, while the latter is a newer technology which harvests natural light and transports it through fibre optic cables into the home.
Rods have a higher refractive index than their surrounding tissue, making them ideal to channel light through total internal reflection.
Among them is a solarpowered system that uses focusable mirrors to track the sun and channel light into fiber-optic spotlights, which illuminate a hanging art glass sculpture in the lobby.
It will channel light using sun pipes in the ceiling and reflect it into the rooms below.
The next generation will incorporate much more natural daylighting from the sun into buildings, through rapidly advancing tubular sky lights that channel light through ducts into the desired space, as well as sensors, controls, louvers and specialized outdoor awnings that shield below and bounce light upward into a building.