The V lambda curve is a luminous efficiency function or luminosity function describing the average spectral sensitivity of the human eye, which it perceives in daylight. The visible spectral range from 380 to 780 nanometers is perceived as light in the human eye.
LEDs (light-emitting diodes) are energy-saving light sources (ESL). In contrast to conventional light bulbs, LEDs achieve 30-50 times the [...]
Continuous light is understood in artistic photography as an artificial light source that illuminates a motif over a longer [...]
This term refers to a one-dimensional lens system that performs corrections in only one dimension. In book2net book scanners, [...]