Definitions for "Lighting"
The illumination of the performance dictated by the given circumstances of the play, including the source of light, time of day, mood, as well as the specific requirements of the scenic design, i.e. area(s) to be lit.
1. Giving light or being lighted. Illumination. 2. Fixtures providing illumination.
The illumination of the interior of a building by use of artificial sources of light. End-use estimates are estimated for lighting and eight other end-uses. (See Energy End Use.)
Application of light to a scene, objects or their surroundings so that they may be seen.
The process of simulating lighting effects in 3D objects by calculating their relative orientation and distance from a light source.
Adding lights to a scene. These can be colored to give various warm glows and effects, spot lighted to include one area of emphasis, or regular to brighten up the scene.
Stage lighting does more than help the audience to see the actors (though this is very important!). Lighting can also tell the audience where to look onstage; it can suggest moods and emotions; sometimes it can be so important to the visual appearance of a production that it almost becomes a character in the play.
a visual element that can often be taken for granted, but it can flatter rooms and offer consumers a new decorative scheme
Strobe lights, warning lights, dock lights, halogen lighting, industrial lighting & task lighting.
Equally important for modest presentations as the 'all-singing-all-dancing' event; a couple of spotlights on the lectern presenter can help visibility enormously.
a trading division of L H Evans Ltd, the long established, family run electrical wholesale distributor, with three branches in South Wales
The act of igniting a cigarette by flame causing the paper and tobacco to burn. Used in combination with dragging.
Can be arranged around the perimeter, underwater and other various ways to create atmosphere and allow reading in the hot tub.
Keywords:  vertex, modes, model, current, material
The process of computing the color of a vertex based on current lights, material properties, and lighting-model modes.
A name sometimes applied to the process of annealing metals.
Keywords:  catching, fire, act, setting
the act of setting on fire or catching fire
Keywords:  section, see
See the lighting section.