Definitions for "Radiance "
The quality of being radiant; brilliancy; effulgence; vivid brightness; as, the radiance of the sun.
Total energy radiated by an object of unit area per solid angle of measurement. The standard measurement unit is watts per square meter. This geometric radiation quantity is what is measured by remote sensing devices (Committee for Earth Observation Satellites).
is radiant flux or power output per unit solid angle per unit area.
Keywords:  simulated, brdf, octree, greg, lawrence
Radiance is a set of tools which provide an advanced lighting simulation software package. It allows very detailed definition of materials' and light sources' properties through the use of advanced techniques like brdf and ies files, as well as a powerful mathematical scripting language, resulting in accurate renderings of scenes which are usually imported from CAD and 3D modelers.
the quality of being bright and sending out rays of light
3 to Light Radius, +30 to Armor Level
Radiance is a play by Australian author and playwright Louis Nowra, which focuses on three Aboriginal half-sisters, who have gone their separate ways in life, and are reunited when they arrive for their mother's funeral service. Radiance has been written both as a stageplay and a screenplay.
An A&E thread product of trilobal polyester. Used in topstitching denim products. Registered trademark of A&E.
a sensual, ultra-fine finishing mist specially formulated for UV exposed skin
an attractive combination of good health and happiness; "the radiance of her countenance"
W/(m2.sr)