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Luma

A currency subdivision of the Armenian dram. A luma is equal in value to 1/100 of a dram. See also: Cent.
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This displays the luminance level of input signals and a false color function, which overlays different areas of input images with colors depending on their luminance allowing for convenient review and confirmation of HDR images.
Study author Agnieszka Tymula from the University of Sydney adds to existing knowledge by investigating how luminance affected 2,530 people's decisions about monetary gambles.
Once the luminance levels were measured, the night-to-day crash rate ratio was calculated for each measured roadway segment.
To focus on the luminance dimension of a color palette, it can be desaturated, for example, by transforming to HCL space, removing all chroma (so that hue does not matter), and transforming back to the original color space.
The luminance computation model is an extension of Exact Roadway Geometry Output (ERGO), which was developed by Avery Dennison (Kleinschmit, Couzin 2008).
In this study, we examined whether luminance processing in the human visual system would exhibit any history effect (i.
5, 5, and 20 cycles per degree (cpd) of visual angle and a neutral stimulus with average luminance.
The company's display color analyzers for measuring the color and luminance of displays, and spectrophotometers, colorimeters and other color measuring instruments used for essential color management in many manufacturing plants play important roles in supporting various manufacturing industries.
Features Color rendering (CRI>90) and luminance necessary for lighting applications, while also achieving high efficiency and long lifespan -
In what is probably the major research effort in this area, Grimm [2003] used static laboratory and dynamic driving tests of various interior lighting configurations, asking subjects to give subjective ratings of visual comfort and examining objective tests of threshold luminance detection.
If an illuminated object under observation is in fog, its luminance also depends on the density of fog.
According to Masayo Mouri of DNP's hologram marketing section: 'When samples of the same image prepared by our previous technology and the new double luminance version are compared side by side, the difference in brightness is clearly apparent'.