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Backlighting

A practice in which a person or object is lit from behind rather than from another angle. It can be used in video recordings or in other media like billboards. Backlighting is often used in advertising and marketing for dramatic effect.
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A sophisticated alternative to backlit fluorescent and edgelit LED light boxes, the Optima 1000 LED combines the best aspects of each technology for a more vivid and consistent display of branded graphics.
Other features of Tekra's 15 mil JetView[TM] Latex Matte/Gloss Backlit Polycarbonate film include excellent ink adhesion, with a vibrancy across the color spectrum and a light transmission of 32.
This report analyses the development of LED backlit LCD TVs and examines international TV vendors' latest product strategies for LED backlight LCD TVs.
Our 8 mil JetView[TM] Latex Backlit Polyester film is a great addition to our JetView[TM] Latex line," states Rebecca Fuhrman, Market Development Manager for Digital Film.
Our new and established customers can now improve their profitability by selling high quality blockout and backlit applications," added Eyal.
8220;Our JetView[TM] Latex White Translucent Matte/Gloss Backlit Polycarbonate film has been a huge hit with our latex users, but our 53” web width was limiting for some,” states Rebecca Fuhrman, Market Development Manager for Digital Films.
The backlit display is defined by an impressive and eye-catching LED backlit display.
CeeLite illuminates the unexpected and creates new markets where lighting was previously impossible in addition to replacing traditional backlit applications.
At first, LEDs were not thought of as a primary option, but there are quite a bit of advantages that come with an LED backlit monitor.
This will mean that LED backlit sets will reach a penetration rate of more than 18% of the entire LCD-TV market.
New Keyboard Allows for Use in Low-Light and No-Light Situations -- Offering X-Ray Safe RED Backlit Mode for Medical Imaging Labs
An LED backlit monitor provides a power display with 250 nits and uses less energy to power the unit.