undulating light

undulating light

[′ən·jə‚lād·iŋ ′līt]
(navigation)
A continuously luminous light which alternately increases and decreases in brightness in cyclic sequence; the expression is applied primarily to aeronautical lights, the marine light equivalent being fixed and flashing light.

undulating light

A continuously luminous light that alternately increases and decreases in brightness in a cyclic sequence. The expression is applied primarily to aeronautical lights.
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Other fireflies quickly joined the party, syncing their flashes to their neighbors', until soon an entire swath of woods filled with undulating light.
At night, the promenade will be illuminated by an undulating light strip incorporated into the scheme.
Yet there is a connection to the other cylinders in the swath of smooth, lyrical undulating light orange line careening across and down the surface.
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Visitors will be able to enjoy a quieter experience with the design changing with the landscape to reflect the local Scars rock area which is a site of special scientific interest At night the seafront scheme will be illuminated by an undulating light strip incorporated into the canopies.