reflected glare

reflected glare

1. The reflection of incident light that partially or totally obscures the surface details by reducing the contrast on a surface. See also: Glare
2. The glare resulting from specular reflection of high luminances in polished or glossy surfaces in the field of view.

reflected glare

Glare resulting from specular reflection of high brightness in polished or glossy surfaces in the field of view. Also see specular surface.
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As far as the eye reached, the crest of every wave was bright, and the sky above the horizon, from the reflected glare of these livid flames, was not so utterly obscure as over the vault of the heavens.
IF I am heading to a hot destination, I pack polarised sunglasses (they reduce the reflected glare of the sun), a hat and a T-shirt for covering up.
use a task light to illuminate paper documents, be sure to: select a low glare asymmetric lens, an adjustable position task light and place it in a convenient position to light coloured documents without causing reflected glare in the computer screen and position the task light to the side of the computer screen so that the light shines on paper documents rather than the monitor screen.
Norville said that only polarising lenses can deal with the reflected glare increasingly prevalent in today's urbanised environments.
If they want a memento of that smile, frankly they'd do much better to buy a postcard than keep a distorted, badly angled photo with reflected glare from all the flashes going off constantly.
This idea is similar to the way polarized sunglasses filter out reflected glare unlike ordinary lenses.
Proper lighting at the workplace: reflected glare from windows and lighting should be avoided.
Some reflected glare came from the reflective glass curtain walls of neighboring buildings that were erected after the New York Times tower was built.
There are pitfalls to daylighting that are not evidenced by an ROI calculation, such as glare and reflected glare, room temperature variations, and distraction due to changes in light levels.
POCKETS OF DARKNESS So much buzz, so many lights, so many pockets of darkness So many unknown people, Turned down eyes, pavement watching, the reflected glare Of wet streets, Dark, dismal skies, litter, clutter in the city, it's my place, And I love it, he declared to himself, The mighty Tyne charging on, carrying its memories silently To the bosom of the ocean, The bridges of time and history, lamplights - rivulets of sparkle And glitter curdling on the water, Omnidirectional drizzle, swirling, buses screeching in his ears, Taxis streaking past, He checked his watch - there was time.
Selected styles are equipped with polycarbonate polarized lenses- the premium lense of choice to combat reflected glare.
Veiling reflections and reflected glare could be reduced by arrangements of luminaries and workplaces, suitable surface finish (matt surfaces), luminance restriction of luminaries etc (EN 12464-1:2002).