direct glare

direct glare

Results from high luminances directly visible from a viewer’s position. See also: Glare

direct glare

Glare resulting from high brightness or insufficiently shielded light sources in the field of view or from reflecting areas of high brightness.
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The light matte finish of the monitor handles direct glare pretty well.
Direct glare results when a light source is directly in an occupant's field of vision and can be solved by simply shielding the light source from the person's line of sight--for example, by using shades or blinds.
When the car is left under direct glare of the sun with windows closed, solar radiation passes through the windows in the car and is absorbed by the materials in the car -- the seats, the dashboard, the carpets, and mind you; glass is a strong absorber of heat.
We tried this product in a Bonanza and found that the bottom edge of the lens could be adjusted to the top of the glareshield, shielding the eyes entirely from direct glare.
If you can, find somewhere away from the direct glare of lights.
Direct glare from light fixtures is another complaint raised often by those who work with computers.
Electric fixture sizes and design, as well as use of uplight, might be considered to avoid direct glare.
In view of the fast-changing dynamics of present-day politics in India, uttering such frustrating profanities as "Congress tradition" and keeping Rahul away from the direct glare of a much-anticipated aACAyModi-vs-Rahul' bout can only be counter-productive if Congress is at all serious about giving BJP a run for its money.
Temperatures on the tracks were affected by the direct glare of the sun, with Kincardine in Fife reaching 43C.
In fact, I don't think we've used the big light in decades as we prefer diffusion, in all its degrees, to direct glare.
Thermal comfort is extremely important with TBI patients, and the building's mechanical systems are designed to achieve appropriate levels of heating and cooling as well as special attention to the efficiency, placement and quantity of exterior windows, which are carefully designed to reduce direct glare for patients dealing with visual sensitivity.
All of this in the direct glare of a bus full of labourers on their way to work.