diffuse light

diffuse light

Light which is random in direction.
References in periodicals archive ?
To diffuse light, the lens is slightly frosted, and as the light lacks glass components, it is food safe.
Call for tendersufoplan fkz 3717 53 302 5: "harmonization of the requirements for tight connection elements such as flange connections for the limitation of diffuse light volatile organic emissions (voc)" 10/23/17
Down the dusty high-roads of the English countryside, a dim diffuse light shines through the droop-headed trees that float above the waters of the river Cam.
The right highlighter can capture and diffuse light to soften skin.
The film is expected to be extremely useful for such applications as LED diffusion plates, given its ability to evenly diffuse light in all directions.
A beam of gamma rays emitted by a distant galaxy located several hundred million light years away is attenuated on its way to Earth due to interactions with diffuse light.
Essentially, the technology can be compared to freshly fallen snow in how it uses its small particle size to diffuse light across a range of surfaces.
Coun Foreman said: "These new lamps not only diffuse light better and make it easier to see, but they provide much more security and make residents feel safer.
The halo - the ghostly region of diffuse light surrounding the galaxy - is composed of myriads of individual stars and provides a luminous background to the remarkable swirling ring of dust lanes surrounding NGC 7049's core.
This formulation is a single part, water-based, inorganic system that is silver in appearance and enables the coating to absorb and evenly diffuse light at high temperatures.
All the photodiodes receive an equal amount of diffuse light.

Full browser ?