achromatic


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having no hue

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This study aims to develop an achromatic lens design that combines the advantages of Fresnel lenses (high efficiency, reduced thickness, and lightweight construction) along with the stability and lack of spectrum aberrations of achromatic lenses.
In fact, although achromatic colors are dominant in the automotive palette, there are efforts to inject colors in these hues to provide nuanced, vibrant, and interpretive looks.
Figure 6 shows the relation between observational average ratings of achromatic targets and visibility level, lit by LEDs and HPS lamps, standard errors were constructed around the mean score for each rating.
Fourteen POAG eyes (11.2%) and 20 CPACG eyes (15.5%), showed progression on achromatic perimetry over time.
Key words: black printer, achromatic reproduction, colorimetry
The all-glass achromatic lens eliminates color distortion, and the wide viewing field of the 5 x 24 mm finder scope helps us locate objects easily.
Imagery for this particular exhibition was an almost achromatic abstraction of a palm tree against various backgrounds; there being the primary colors of red ochre and blue, and a fourth one which was primarily black on white, yet very monochromatic.
Overnight sleep restored perception to achromatic equilibrium so that gray was perceived as gray.
Practitioners preferring the achromatic (colour-free) version of BBGR's premium anti-reflective coating, Neva Max Secret, which is available in clear 1.50, 1.60 and 1.67, can choose an upgrade to the higher indices, at the price of 1.50.
There is a convention in color science to consider the ability of humans and animals to differentiate 'color tones' as 'chromatic vision' and the ability to differentiate gradations of light intensity', the intensity of colors and of colorless light as well, as 'achromatic vision' (Judd & Wyszecki, 1975).
It features an achromatic effect with positive/negative switchover, for extra safeguarding against counterfeiting.
On the color front, Ikea calls gray "the achromatic hue of the year," and so will show various products in that color including the new Edland collection of bedroom furniture.
Contemporary approach primary considers that as an achromatic substitution process for both principles.
And weCOll clutch on to the dying embers before entering that achromatic space.
Although instrument-makers like Culpepper and Cuff made beautiful equipment, the real improvement in the microscope came with the invention of the achromatic lens.