Definitions for "Ultraviolet"
Lying outside the visible spectrum at its blue-violet end; -- said of light more refrangible (i. e. having a shorter wavelength) than the extreme violet rays of the visible spectrum. Electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths shorter than those of ultrviolet light are not usually considered as light waves, but are classified differently. The ultraviolet region of the electromagnetic spectrum is generally considered as comprising those electromagnetic emissions with wavelengths lying between those of visible light and those of X-rays, i. e. between 4000 Angstroms and 100 Angstroms.
A region of the electromagnetic spectrum that is of higher energy and shorter wavelength than visible light. Typical wavelengths of ultraviolet radiation range from 375 nm to 12.5 nm (12.5 x 10-9 m).
electromagnetic rays beyond the violet end of the visible spectrum. The range of invisible radiation wavelengths from around 4 nanometers to 380 nanometers. Often called UV radiation and comes naturally from the sun. Divided into 3 categories based on wavelength.
UltraViolet is a 2006 science fiction/action film. It was released in North America on March 3, 2006 (after being pushed back a week from its original release date of February 24). The film was written and directed by Kurt Wimmer and produced by Screen Gems.
Ultraviolet is a novelization of the science fiction film of the same name. It was adapted by Yvonne Navarro from the screenplay written by Kurt Wimmer. The novelization provides more backstory that the film wasn't able to accomplish.
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Ultraviolet is a 1998 British television serial written and directed by Joe Ahearne and starring Jack Davenport, Susannah Harker, Idris Elba and Philip Quast. It was produced by World Productions for Channel 4.
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For the 3D modelling process, see UV mapping.
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