LUX

LUX is the principal centre for the promotion and distribution of experimental film and video works in the UK. It has one of the largest collections of experimental film and video art and houses works of approximately 1500 artists. It was formed in the 1990s in the merger of the London Film-Makers` Co-op and the original London Video Arts (later ....
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Lux

The lux (symbol: lx) is the SI unit of illuminance and luminous emittance, measuring luminous flux per unit area. It is equal to one lumen per square metre. In photometry, this is used as a measure of the intensity, as perceived by the human eye, of light that hits or passes through a surface. It is analogous to the radiometric unit watts per squa...
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lux

(lx) (luks) the SI unit of illumination, being 1 lumen per square meter.
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Lux

(see Lumen)
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lux

[n] - a unit of illumination equal to 1 lumen per square meter
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Lux

• (v. t.) To put out of joint; to luxate.
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lux

noun a unit of illumination equal to 1 lumen per square meter; 0.0929 foot candle
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lux

(lx) The derived unit of illuminance in the SI system of units. One lux equals the illumination produced by a luminous flux of 1 lumen distributed uniformly over an area of 1 square meter.
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lux

(lx) Type: Term Pronunciation: lŭks Definitions: 1. A unit of light or illumination; the reception of a luminous flux of 1 lumen per square meter of surface. Synonyms: candle-meter, meter-candle
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Lux

[soap] LUX is a global brand developed by Unilever. The range of products includes beauty soaps, shower gels, bath additives, hair shampoos and conditioners. Lux started as `Sunlight Flakes” laundry soap in 1899. In 1925, it became the first mass market toilet soap in the world. It is noted as a brand that pioneered female celebrity endor...
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Lux

[video game] Lux is a turn-based strategy computer game that uses the rule system of the board game Risk but expands it to function on any map made up of a graph of countries and the connections between them. Lux was developed and self-published by developer Sillysoft Games. The user community has been active in growing Lux. Users can creat...
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Lux

Lux transitive verb [ Confer French luxer . See Luxate .] To put out of joint; to luxate. [ Obsolete]
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Lux

A measurement of the light intensity. One Lux in video means light level of a candle light. l Lux approximately equals to 10 footcandles (1 Lux = 10.764 fc).
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Lux

A unit for measuring light, as methods of measurement are not standardized, numbers provided by manufacturers usually do not provide all necessary information to compare one product to another. A preferred unit of measuring light output is the ANSI Lumen.
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Lux

A unit of illumination equal to the direct illumination on a surface that is everywhere one meter from a uniform point source of one candle; a unit of illumination that is equal to one lumen per square meter. Also see footcandle.
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Lux

A unit of illumination level.
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lux

A unit of light or illumination; the reception of a luminous flux of 1 lumen per square meter of surface. ... Synonym: candle-meter, meter-candle. ... Abbreviation: lx ... Origin: L. Light ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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lux

Lux (lx) is the SI derived unit of illuminance. The lux is the illuminance produced by a luminous flux of one lumen uniformly distributed over a surface of one square metre (lx = lm·m-2).
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lux

lux A unit of illumination, equal to one lumen per square meter.
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Lux

Lux is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Lux

Lux is a Latin name for boys and girls. The meaning is `Bringer of light` The name Lux is most commonly given to Dutch girls. (5 times more often than to American girls.) In Scotland, Flanders and Belgique it is (almost) solely given to girls What do they use in other countries? Loeka Lucas (German) Luxe Loek Lukas (Swedish) The name sounds like: L...
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Lux

Lux, libertas. Light, liberty. Motto of the University of North Carolina School of Nursing, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA.
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LUX

Luxembourg
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lux

SI unit of illuminance : Illuminance produced on a surface of area 1 square metre by a luminous flux of 1 lumen uniformly distributed over that surface 1 lx = 1 lm • m-2 NOTE - Non-metric unit : lumen per square foot (lm • ft -2) or footcandle (fc) (US) 10.764 lx.
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lux

SI unit of illuminance or illumination (the light falling on an object). It is equivalent to one lumen per square metre or to the illuminance of a surface one metre distant from a point source of one candela
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