An Off state measurement is used to obtain a background flicker effect
, while an On State measurement is used to obtain the flicker responsibility of the load.
* fluctuations in the luminous flux of lighting (flicker effect
"There is going to be a flicker effect
on our house and the drone noise will affect us."
Also, there is no "flicker effect
'' caused by the rotation of the blades, as with horizontal-axis turbines.
Seance (1959), for example, provides one of the first cinematic examples of a flicker effect
, predating the work of both Peter Kubelka and Tony Conrad.
A similarly priced Samsung model produced the same flicker effect
. Distractions aside, the 3-D picture was clearer than expected and the action on the screen did appear very lifelike.
The yellow and purple contrast colours and asymmetrical design create a flicker effect
when travelling through the air to make this the most visible ball in football.
The whole flicker effect
has come a long way in the last decade.
The JVC AV-28X10 (100HZ Digipure Pro TV) cinematic flat screen TV scans the picture image twice the rate of a normal TV, supposedly "making the image smoother and reducing flicker effect
Images on a CRT, on the other hand, need to be refreshed repeatedly, which produces the flicker effect
Some researchers have stated flicker effect
and harmonics to be in direct relation with each other , .
Other problems that have cropped up with wind power include angry abutters, who often object to a huge monopole being built near their homes; and the flicker effect
, when sunlight, bouncing off those spinning turbine blades, creates a light-shadow-light pattern that can bother neighbors at certain times of day.