combining glass

combining glass

[kəm′bīn·iŋ ‚glas]
(optics)
A glass screen designed to reflect display imagery to the viewer, usually at selected wavelengths of light, while being sufficiently transmissive for the viewer to see the scene beyond.
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We worked alone for many months and he taught me how to be creative, combining glass with mud bricks and hay, following the teachings of Hassan Fathy.
Since moving to the UK in 2008 he has experimented with combining glass with ceramics and metal and makes wall art, mirrors, lights and garden sculptures.
The building also has a fully unitized curtain wall combining glass and aluminum composite panels covering the building's curved facade on all sides, giving it a unique visual identity that sets it apart from the other buildings in BGC.
The building also has a fully unitized curtain wall combining glass and aluminum composite panels covering the building's curved facade on all sides, giving The Finance Centre a unique visual identity that sets it apart from the other buildings in the BGC.
However, some sources said that to bring the TrueDepth camera system to less expensive models, Apple will lower the specs of the feature by combining glass and plastic lenses, as pointed out by (https://www.phonearena.com/news/Analyst-says-that-Apple-will-not-use-cheaper-parts-or-reduce-accuracy-for-TrueDepth-Camera-on-2018-models_id99353) Phone Arena.
Artist John Maine said: "Ascension has been a creative challenge for me, combining glass and stone on a huge scale.
"As a nation, after a loved one has died, we've been gradually becoming more and more at ease with the idea of keeping them close to our hearts by combining glass and ashes into precious keepsakes."
In this study of combining glass with ceramics, the best results were obtained when the glass thickness is two to three mm greater than the thickness of the ceramic body.
Castillo's out-of-box design philosophy had him combining glass with metal, wood, acrylic plastic, resin, stone, marble, granite, rubber and even pressed flowers.
The Campana Brothers are known for their quirky sense of style and design and have used materials ranging from brightly coloured plastic and carpet underlay to create decorative rolls that "upholster" a basic frame in their Sushi collection (2002-2004) to combining glass with Brazilian dolls and other materials to various chandeliers and sculptures for Glass Experiences (2010) with Italian glass brand Venini in the former coach house at Waddesdon Manor in the United Kingdom.
When you're combining glass and fire, you probably shouldn't skip the basics.
Crafted details combining glass, brushed aluminum and white wood bring new meaning to the concept of living in art."