Temporal Light Artifacts (Flicker and Stroboscopic Effects)
Status: ActiveDocument ID: 100736
Addresses temporal light artifacts (TLAs). Flicker and stroboscopic effects are undesired changes in visual perception induced by a light stimulus whose luminance or spectral distribution fluctuates with time, for an observer in a certain environment.
Published Date: Jun.15.2015
Number of pages: 2
Document ID: 100736
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