relightable

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

relight +‎ -able

AdjectiveEdit

relightable (not comparable)

  1. Capable of being lit again.
    • 1928, Thomas Arthur Rickard, The Mining Magazine (volume 39, page 128)
      The gas was still relightable.
    • 1978, Callaghan's Official Wisconsin Reports (page 248)
      However, the main burner was not relightable.
  2. (computer graphics) Capable of being rendered again with different simulated lighting conditions.
    • 2007, Markus Gross, Hanspeter Pfister, Point-based graphics (page 78)
      A relightable model requires more than 20 GB of raw image data.
Last modified on 15 September 2013, at 05:05