Posted by Paul Ciszek on August 19, 2007, 3:34 pm
The easiest way to bring sunlight into the lab, on demand, where and
when I want it, is to fake it.
Sure, Colorado has 300+ days of sunshine a year, so there are ample
opportunities to test stuff outdoors. On the other hand, the late
afternoon thundershowers can be a real @#$%^&*!.
For *serious* testing, there are labs that do this sort of thing, but
for development purposes I just need "close enough" fake sunlight.
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Posted by never on August 19, 2007, 4:52 pm
On Sun, 19 Aug 2007 15:34:46 +0000 (UTC), firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul
Up to this point, you have provided enough info for the environment in
which you wish to create the "fake sunlight." The more information you
provide, the better responses you get from the experts who participate
in the three newsgroups.
Posted by RPR on August 19, 2007, 5:10 pm
Did you mean------------------
Posted by never on August 19, 2007, 5:27 pm
Oops! Thank you for correcting my typo.
Sort of like leaving the square of of E=MC.
Posted by Don Klipstein on August 19, 2007, 7:49 pm
I ask that you say what you need the "fake sunlight" for or state
specific requirements of the "fake sunlight". That way some of us here
may have some ideas as to how to make fake sunlight that is "close
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