Some researchers have stated flicker effect
and harmonics to be in direct relation with each other , .
There is going to be a flicker effect
on our house and the drone noise will affect us.
Seance (1959), for example, provides one of the first cinematic examples of a flicker effect
, predating the work of both Peter Kubelka and Tony Conrad.
Overhead, a giant industrial fan slowly whirled, producing a slight flicker effect
A similarly priced Samsung model produced the same flicker effect
The yellow and purple contrast colours and asymmetrical design create a flicker effect
when travelling through the air to make this the most visible ball in football.
The whole flicker effect
has come a long way in the last decade.
Images on a CRT, on the other hand, need to be refreshed repeatedly, which produces the flicker effect
The flameless candles are made with advanced LED technology to provide a natural flicker effect
, and a convenient four-hour timer can be set to turn the candle on at the same time each day.
Using this way of control, the flicker effect
is observed, the severity of which depends on short-circuit ratio of the supply network in the point of connection.
Other problems that have cropped up with wind power include angry abutters, who often object to a huge monopole being built near their homes; and the flicker effect
, when sunlight, bouncing off those spinning turbine blades, creates a light-shadow-light pattern that can bother neighbors at certain times of day.
Presented with a flicker effect
, the video was intended to produce afterimages on the retina--another kind of ghost, and an ephemeral correlative to the shadows formed on the wall by the theatrical lights and the screens--but its brevity and tiny projection size rendered it less than effectual.