ambient light


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ambient light

[′am·bē·ənt ′līt]
(optics)
The surrounding light, such as that reaching a television picture-tube screen from light sources in a room.
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So when the ambient light levels drop below a certain level, the unit will not recharge as quickly.
The brightness and proximity of image to our line of sight has greatly reduced the impact of ambient light on picture quality.
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General or ambient light is the ``everywhere'' light used to provide even illumination.
One of the most important factors to consider is the amount of ambient light in your TV room.
At dusk the subway lighting would be dimmed to match the ambient lighting level in the subway, where it would remain until dawn when ambient light levels increased again.
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Adding to Hitachi's line of SVGA projectors is the new CP-S420 projector series, which functions in a range of environments, especially those that boast large amounts of ambient light.
Throughout the nights of the study, meters recorded EMF intensity and ambient light in each woman's bedroom.

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