The illumination of the performance dictated by the given circumstances of the play, including the source of light, time of day, mood, as well as the specific requirements of the scenic design, i.e. area(s) to be lit.
Room lighting is supplied by ceiling modules, often incorporated into ceiling HEPA filter modules. Work area lighting may be supplied by illuminations (concentrated light sources that are placed next to the work area which can be adjusted to focus light on a desired area. Fixtures are sealed to prevent contamination.
the art of illuminating a scene in front of a film or video camera. The intensity, direction, and color of light used effects the appearance of each scene. Lighting is a critical part of the production process the gaffer and his team are true artists in creating visual lighting effects on the film set.
1) Service offered by electrical contractor for illumination. 2) Booth/stand or hall illumination. 3) Existing light provided by the venue for functionality and safety. 4) Controlled application of the art of lighting to impact sales, achieve atmosphere and otherwise enhance the experience of the event.
Lighting refers to a variety of different applications including indoor commercial lighting, industrial, flood and specialised lighting, and area and landscape lighting. Lighting products typically address issues such as lamp life, cost performance, safety, fixtures and dimming.
Lighting is the aspect of a cinematic production that deals with illuminating actors and settings so that their images will appear on the film or video media. Through the qualities of color, intensity, brightness and angle of projection, lighting also contributes to the mood and texture of the dramatic conception.
The level of illumination in the workplace. Poor lighting can lead to visual symptoms of eye strain, eye focusing breakdown, eye coordination abnormalities, and eye fatigue while performing select activities such as video display terminal tasks.
Lighting includes both artificial light sources such as lamps and natural illumination of interiors from daylight. Lighting represents a major component of energy consumption, accounting for a significant part of all energy consumed worldwide. Artificial lighting is provided today by electric lights, but previously by Gas lighting, candles or oil lamps.
back lighting: a situation where the light source is coming from behind the object being viewed. Objects are generally in shadow with highlighted edge front lighting: a situation where the light source is coming from behind the observer and shining directly upon the area being viewed. side lighting: a situation where the light source is coming from the side of a scene or object being viewed. It is usually the most critical for revealing contrast.
In 3D graphics, lighting is used to calculate the degree to which an object is affected by a lightsource. Lighting is used in games to create realistic looking scenes with greater depth instead of flat-looking or cartoonish environments.
A mathematical formula for approximating the physical effect of light from various sources striking objects. Typical lighting models use light sources, an object's position & orientation and surface type.
Lighting is the 2ndt step in the 3D pipeline and provides high visual impact. Lighting effects are essential for enhancing the realism of a scene and bringing rendered images one more step closer to our perception of the real world.
Stage lighting does more than help the audience to see the actors (though this is very important!). Lighting can also tell the audience where to look onstage; it can suggest moods and emotions; sometimes it can be so important to the visual appearance of a production that it almost becomes a character in the play.
of major importance in the promotion of visual functioning; task lighting is useful for specific tasks like reading, cooking, doing dishes, etc.; area lighting is useful for walking around; the source of the lighting should be positioned to see indirectly.