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photopic vision

[fō′täp·ik ′vizh·ən]
(physiology)
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Photopia can hand a wide variety of optics styles, including roadway lenses, grow light reflectors, indicator light pipes, narrow TIR lenses, display light guides and any other nonimaging or illumination optic.
"After seven years of teaching people photography since Photopia opened its doors, it was about time to let them display what they have learned, and provide them with the chance to learn more from professionals from all around the world." Marwa Abu-Leila, founder of Photopia, told Daily News Egypt.
"These books will give way by and by." The "photopia" is not an ocular term but a specular one.
Finally, the surface "ARNALOD-Micro 5011 GP (a)" was adopted from the surface library in the Photopia 3.0 software to model these special properties.
Figure 9(a) and (b) shows the simulation results of the numerical model for luminous intensity distribution and the results of Photopia 2.0 simulation.
Johnsons Photopia is a distributor and service provider to the photographic and imaging equipment market.
LTI Optics supplies an optical design software tool called Photopia that enables engineers without PhDs to rapidly produce virtual designs much cheaper than physical prototypes.
Promotional Facebook banner from Photopia (Edited) for the talk, December 26, 2017 -- Photopia official Facebook page CAIRO -- 26 December 2017: Adel Essam and Henar Sherif will be giving an interactive talk at Photopia titled "Everything You Can Imagine is Real" on Friday, December 29.
Organized by Darb 1718, an Egyptian contemporary art and culture centre, in cooperation with photopia, a hub for Egypt based photographers, "Cairographie" is a photograph and video annual festival.
LTI Optics, LLC has introduced Photopia V2013 optical design software, which is a new version updated to include spectral ray-tracing.
Dutton and Shao (2008), use long thin rectangular sections to form approximate circular shaped pipes and simulate light pipe transmission by the use of Photopia, a computer program.
Johnsons Photopia has doubled its profits since the shake-up, which also the service and repair arms expand.