What is a light source?
Light sources are the light emitted from an object, a light beam, or a light emitting surface.
A light source is the source that generates the light, and is used for a wide variety of tasks.
Some light sources emit a wide range of wavelengths of light, including blue, green, and ultraviolet (UV) light.
Many light sources have the ability to produce a wide spectrum of colors and/or intensities.
A few light sources are even capable of emitting light at frequencies that are so strong that it will distort your vision.
A bright light source (i.e., a full-spectrum light source) can be used to illuminate a target, or it can be turned off to block harmful light.
The intensity of the light is directly related to the wavelength of the emitted light.
When you look at the sun, it’s usually the brightest light source in the sky.
But if you are in a dim room with a lot of dark objects, a bright light is often enough to give you a better view.
Here are some of the most commonly used light sources: What do they look like?
What’s the difference between a light bulb and a light-emitting diode?
A light bulb is the most common light source for people to use.
It’s made of several pieces of metal or plastic.
The pieces are arranged in a semicircle and light is emitted from the middle of each piece.
The light goes through a tube to a bulb.
A diode is a type of light source that produces a specific color or intensity.
It is a device that creates a particular light by using an electrical current that passes through the material and into a circuit.
Some examples of light emitting diodes include: a fluorescent bulb