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Synonyms for saturation

the process of totally saturating something with a substance

the act of soaking thoroughly with a liquid

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a condition in which a quantity no longer responds to some external influence

chromatic purity: freedom from dilution with white and hence vivid in hue

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Instead, red, green and blue LED's produce primary color illumination, rendering a color gamut and color saturation similar to that of a 3-chip DLP projector with no color wheel artifacts.
With its 10-bit color per channel color processing, a 4x, 7-segment color wheel and an amazing 10,000:1(full on/off) contrast ratio, the Optoma HD81 DLP home theater projection system is able to deliver impressive color saturation and subtle color details for the best in image quality.
Generally, it is expressed as a percentage of the figure provided by the US National Television Standards Committee (NTSC), which has set 72% as the color saturation level for CRT and LCD TVs.
Luminance and Color Saturation - Delivering Brighter Colors Without
Velvia 50 will be the film of choice for leading landscape, nature and other photographers who will appreciate its high color saturation, image depth and dramatic color reproduction.
These low dusting pigments, which are as easy to disperse as finished inorganic pigments, are recommended for use in coatings and plastics requiring high color saturation and good hiding power.
While the school's focus is the health industry, the overall color scheme (white, gray, blue, tan) is low in color saturation, appearing cold and somewhat sterile.
The color shutter may be combined with a monochrome CRT to create full color displays with excellent resolution and color saturation that work well in high ambient light conditions.
When ambient light is reflected from the panel along with image light, image contrast and color saturation are considerably reduced.
In addition to the increased sharpness and enhanced color saturation and fidelity, Polaroid Polacolor Pro 100 has a film speed rating of ISO 100, matching the standard speed of many conventional chrome and color negative films.
Fujichrome Velvia (RVP 50) was the first high color saturation, high contrast transparency E-6 compatible film when it was introduced in 1990 and was a favorite among photographers.
3" VGA-resolution LCD for Digital Cameras Reference Data Display size 3 inches Resolution VGA (640 pixels x 480 rows) Display type Transmissive Brightness 300nit Contrast ratio 350:1 Number of Colors 260,000 Color saturation 50% Viewing angles 45 degrees above, 55 degrees below, 75 degrees left, 75 degrees right Power consumption 60mW