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light source

[′līt ‚sȯrs]
(optics)
A lamp used to supply radiant energy, as for an optical microscope, projector, or photoelectric control system.

light source

In computer graphics, the implied location of a light source in order to simulate the visual effect of a light on a 3D object. Some programs can compute multiple light sources.
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Since 1997, TRW has invested significant technical and capital resources to ensure EUV light sources will be available to semiconductor equipment manufacturers before chip makers reach the optical limits of existing light source technology," said Tom Romesser, vice president and general manager, TRW Space & Technology Division.
Alternate light source includes ultraviolet (UV) light
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