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brightness level

[′brīt·nəs ‚lev·əl]
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When used with a whiteboard, one projector mode reduces the brightness level for eye protection.
The brightness level at which the strip was observed to turn black was noted.
A single brightness level (threshold) is chosen to create a binary image depicting paste and non-paste regions.
White Gold remains a 60# facestock with an improved brightness level of 88 and a gloss level of 80 percent.
My own study of star and planet colors over the years has led me to conclude that there's a naked-eye brightness level at which these colors are most vivid.
They automatically detect and display the correct video format (NTSC or PAL) and use four long-life CCFT backlights to maintain brightness level over time.
Fielding dispels seven myths about color and lighting in educational architecture: (1) Uniform brightness level; (2) Primary colors for children; (3) Red incites aggression, green is calming; (4) Neutral colors are best; (5) It's best to use all the same lamps; (6) It's best not to use natural light in gymnasiums; and (7) Performance spaces should not have any windows, advocating the identification of patterns of learning activity and design prior to laying out a building as a good way to ensure a lighting solution that takes advantage of the full range of human capabilities.
The brightness level is achieved by selecting raw material of high whiteness and using newly developed technology to make white whiter.
This new VGA LCD features an equivalent brightness level and added energy savings of approximately 45 percent compared to the XGA model.
The fiber-optic system adjusts the brightness level and contrast of the reticle to ambient light conditions.
FOR YEARS, PAUL Lynch, the Chicago Tribune's manager of technical quality training, suspected there was a relationship between good print quality, and a high newsprint brightness level combined with a less yellow sheet, measured as low B* ("B star") saturation.
Video System--The video system displays an edited and digitized picture that separates the molten metal stream from the rest of the pouring basin, based on the brightness level of the stream.