The studies, led by LRC senior research scientist John Bullough, were designed to determine what light source parameters affect the detection of flicker and stroboscopic effect and to assess subjective responses to flicker in terms of acceptance and comfort.
What does SE stand for?
SE stands for Stroboscopic Effect
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1), an ebullient composition in which coloured shadows create a stroboscopic effect.
In our approach we use some sensors for typical measurements, as follow: temperature, wind speed; wind direction, noise level, stroboscopic effect and 2 axes vibrations; wind direction; wind speed sensor--anemometer; atmospheric pressure; humidity; temperature sensor attached on the metallic wind direction support; tilt sensor (this sensor includes vibration and temperature measurement parameters); solar radiation sensor.
And Gleb Filshtinsky's spectacular lighting sweeps between scenes with dynamic cross fades, pinpoint spotlights, and stroboscopic effects that heighten the drama.
Most of McLaren's animated work, like the jazzy Begone Dull Care, was drawn directly on to the film, but he also used "cut-outs" of shapes, traditional cartoon elements, and in the lyrical Pas de Deux, stroboscopic effects.
The Strobe Filter simulates a stroboscopic effect, or strobe light, by hiding frames at a regular rate as the clip plays.
This solution dramatically reduces an LED bulb component count from over 50 devices down to 10 and eliminates the need for the electrolytic capacitor and magnetic components while eliminating conventional flicker and stroboscopic effects.