Definition of Luminances
1. luminance [n] - See also: luminance
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Literary usage of Luminances
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. HVAC and Chemical Resistance Handbook for the Engineer and Architect: A ...by Tom Arimes by Tom Arimes (1994)
"These feelings occur in spaces that are uniformly lighted with emphasis on higher luminances on room surfaces. User satisfaction is often considered in the ..."
2. Low Vision & Blindness: Research And Development by Gale (INT) Watson (1999)
"The course was illuminated by overhead fluorescent lights, which yielded average floor and wall luminances of 80 and 62 cd/m2, respectively. ..."
3. Theatre Arts by Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit (1921)
"The second act of The Jest was a brilliant example of mood-lighting within the limitations of representation; the first act with its brazier-like luminances ..."
4. Light's Labour's Lost: Policies for Energy-Efficient Lighting by Paul Waide, Satoshi Tanishima, International Energy Agency (2006)
"The term is used in a positive sense and implies that all luminances contribute favourably to visual performance, visual comfort, ease of seeing, ..."
5. JTEC Panel Report on Display Technologies in Japan (1993)
"... gave the following outline of issues important in a display: 1. Information content 2. Viewability a. Legibility (contrast ratio and luminances ..."
6. Advanced Lighting Guidelines 1993by California Energy Commission Staff by California Energy Commission Staff (1993)
"Figure 4 Lighting System Comparison - Troffers luminances make visual assessments possible. • Interior Task-Ambient Lighting. Point calculations should be ..."