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  • 1 son et lumière

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  • 2 son et lumière

    son et lumière /sɒneɪˈlu:mjɛə(r)/ (franc.)
    loc. n.
    spettacolo «son et lumière»; suoni e luci.

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  • 3 son et lumière

    son et lu·mi·ère
    [ˌsɒneɪˈlu:mjeəʳ, AM ˌsɑ:neɪˈlu:mjer]
    n no pl Musik-Licht-Installation f (Lichtshow mit Musik)
    * * *
    ["sɒneI'luːmɪɛə(r)]
    n
    Son et Lumière nt
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    son et lumière [ˌsɒneıˈluːmıeə(r); US ˌsəʊn-] s Son et lumière n (akustische und optische Darbietung an historischen Plätzen etc, besonders für Touristen)

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  • 4 son et lumière

    son et lumière n (spectacle m) son et lumière m.

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  • 5 son et lumière

    son et lumière [‚sɒneɪ'lu:mjeə(r)]
    spectacle m son et lumière, son et lumière m

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  • 6 Lumière, Auguste

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    b. 19 October 1862 Besançon, France
    d. 10 April 1954 Lyon, France
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    French scientist and inventor.
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    Auguste and his brother Louis Lumière (b. 5 October 1864 Besançon, France; d. 6 June 1948 Bandol, France) developed the photographic plate-making business founded by their father, Charles Antoine Lumière, at Lyons, extending production to roll-film manufacture in 1887. In the summer of 1894 their father brought to the factory a piece of Edison kinetoscope film, and said that they should produce films for the French owners of the new moving-picture machine. To do this, of course, a camera was needed; Louis was chiefly responsible for the design, which used an intermittent claw for driving the film, inspired by a sewing-machine mechanism. The machine was patented on 13 February 1895, and it was shown on 22 March 1895 at the Société d'Encouragement pour l'In-dustrie Nationale in Paris, with a projected film showing workers leaving the Lyons factory. Further demonstrations followed at the Sorbonne, and in Lyons during the Congrès des Sociétés de Photographie in June 1895. The Lumières filmed the delegates returning from an excursion, and showed the film to the Congrès the next day. To bring the Cinématographe, as it was called, to the public, the basement of the Grand Café in the Boulevard des Capuchines in Paris was rented, and on Saturday 28 December 1895 the first regular presentations of projected pictures to a paying public took place. The half-hour shows were an immediate success, and in a few months Lumière Cinématographes were seen throughout the world.
    The other principal area of achievement by the Lumière brothers was colour photography. They took up Lippman's method of interference colour photography, developing special grainless emulsions, and early in 1893 demonstrated their results by lighting them with an arc lamp and projecting them on to a screen. In 1895 they patented a method of subtractive colour photography involving printing the colour separations on bichromated gelatine glue sheets, which were then dyed and assembled in register, on paper for prints or bound between glass for transparencies. Their most successful colour process was based upon the colour-mosaic principle. In 1904 they described a process in which microscopic grains of potato starch, dyed red, green and blue, were scattered on a freshly varnished glass plate. When dried the mosaic was coated with varnish and then with a panchromatic emulsion. The plate was exposed with the mosaic towards the lens, and after reversal processing a colour transparency was produced. The process was launched commercially in 1907 under the name Autochrome; it was the first fully practical single-plate colour process to reach the public, remaining on the market until the 1930s, when it was followed by a film version using the same principle.
    Auguste and Louis received the Progress Medal of the Royal Photographic Society in 1909 for their work in colour photography. Auguste was also much involved in biological science and, having founded the Clinique Auguste Lumière, spent many of his later years working in the physiological laboratory.
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    Further Reading
    Guy Borgé, 1980, Prestige de la photographie, Nos. 8, 9 and 10, Paris. Brian Coe, 1978, Colour Photography: The First Hundred Years, London ——1981, The History of Movie Photography, London.
    Jacques Deslandes, 1966, Histoire comparée du cinéma, Vol. I, Paris. Gert Koshofer, 1981, Farbfotografie, Vol. I, Munich.
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  • 7 Lumière, Charles Antoine

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    b. 13 March 1840 Ormoy, France
    d. 16 April 1911
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    French photographer and photographie manufacturer.
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    Orphaned when his parents died of cholera, at the age of 14 he was taken by his elder sister to live in Marcilly-le-Hayer. Apprenticed to a joiner, he was also interested in chemistry and physics, but his great love was drawing and painting. The leading water-colourist Auguste Constantin took him into his Paris home as an apprentice and taught him the whole business of painting. He was able to earn his living as a sign-painter, and numbered among his clients several photographers. This led to an interest in photography, which caused him to abandon the safe trade of sign-painter for that of photographer.
    Lumière took a post with a photographer in Besançon in 1862. He set up business on his own account in 1865 and moved to Lyons c.1870, joining his friend and fellow photographer Emile Lebeau. The business prospered; in 1879 he installed an electricity generator in his studio to run the newly invented Van de Weyde electric arc lamp, permitting portraiture in all weathers and at all times. With the arrival of the dry-plate process c. 1880, the Lumière business looked to employ the new medium. His second son, Louis Lumière (b. 5 October 1864 Besançon, France; d. 6 June 1948 Bandol, France; see under Lumière, Auguste), fresh from college, experimented with emulsions with which his 12-year-old sister coated glass plates. While still running the studio, Antoine started marketing the plates, which were the first to be made in France, and production was soon up to 4,000 plates a day. Under his guidance A.Lumière et ses Fils acquired a worldwide reputation for the quality and originality of its products.
    After his retirement from business, when he handed it over to his sons, Auguste (see Lumière, Auguste) and Louis, he took up painting again and successfully exhibited in several Salons. He was a Chevalier of the Légion d'honneur, a recognition of his participation in the 1893 World's Colombian Exposition in Chicago.
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    Further Reading
    Guy Borgé, 1980, Prestige de la photographie, Nos. 8 and 9, Paris.
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  • 8 son et lumiere

    (французское) (театроведение) "звук и свет", светозвукоспектакль;
    представление на открытом воздухе с использованием натуры (деревьев, зданий), освещаемой прожекторами

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > son et lumiere

  • 9 son et lumiere

    [͵sɒneıʹlu:mjeə] фр. = sound and light

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  • 10 son et lumiere

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  • 11 son et lumière

    [ˌsɔ̃eɪluːm'jɛǝ(r)]
    N luz f y sonido m

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  • 12 son et lumière

    subst. \/ˌsɒneɪˈluːmieə\/
    ( fransk) lyd- og lysspill

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  • 13 son et lumière

    son et lu.mi.ère
    [sɔn ei l'u:miɛə] n Fr espetáculo de som e luz apresentado à noite em lugares históricos.

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  • 14 son et lumière son et lu·mi·ère n Brit

    ['sɒneɪ'luːmɪˌɛə(r)]
    spettacolo "Suoni e Luci"

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  • 15 son et lumière

    son et lu·mi·ère
    [ˌsɒneɪʼlu:mjeəʳ, Am ˌsɑ:neɪʼlu:mjer] n
    no pl Lichtshow mit Musik

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  • 16 son et lumiere

    [,sɔneluː'mjɛə]
    светозвукоспекта́кль (представление, обыкн. пьеса на историческую тему, в саду или парке, в кот. основными выразительными средствами являются звук и свет)
    фр. звук и свет

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  • 17 quantité négligeable

    фр.
    незначительная величина, величина, которой можно пренебречь; ничтожество; см. тж. a negligible quantity

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  • 18 son et lumiere

    noun
    പ്രസിദ്ധമായ ഏതെങ്കിലും കെട്ടിടത്തിലോ സ്ഥലത്തോ അവയുടെ തന്നെ ചരിത്രം പ്രത്യേക വെളിച്ച സംവിധാനങ്ങളോടെയും, ശബ്ദ സംവിധാനങ്ങളോടെയും വിവരിക്കുന്നത്

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  • 19 quantity of light

    1. световая энергия
    2. количество света

     

    количество света
    интенсивность освещения


    [Я.Н.Лугинский, М.С.Фези-Жилинская, Ю.С.Кабиров. Англо-русский словарь по электротехнике и электроэнергетике, Москва, 1999 г.]

    Тематики

    • электротехника, основные понятия

    Синонимы

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    световая энергия
    (3309)
    Физическая величина, образованная по формуле редуцированных величин (см. "Световая величина")
    3310,
    где Qe - спектральная плотность энергии излучения.
    [ ГОСТ 26148-84]

    Тематики

    • оптика, оптические приборы и измерения

    Обобщающие термины

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    Англо-русский словарь нормативно-технической терминологии > quantity of light

  • 20 светомузыка

    жен. son of lumiere франц.

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См. также в других словарях:

  • Quantité de lumière — ● Quantité de lumière produit du flux lumineux par sa durée. (Unité du système international [SI] : lumen seconde.) …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • quantité de lumière — šviesos energija statusas T sritis Standartizacija ir metrologija apibrėžtis Dydis, lygus pastoviojo šviesos srauto ir jo veikimo trukmės sandaugai. atitikmenys: angl. luminous energy; quantity of light vok. Energie des Lichtes, f; Lichtenergie,… …   Penkiakalbis aiškinamasis metrologijos terminų žodynas

  • quantité de lumière — šviesos energija statusas T sritis Standartizacija ir metrologija apibrėžtis Šviesos srauto pagal laiką integralas. atitikmenys: angl. luminous energy; quantity of light vok. Energie des Lichtes, f; Lichtenergie, f rus. световая энергия, f pranc …   Penkiakalbis aiškinamasis metrologijos terminų žodynas

  • quantité de lumière de la luminescence — liuminescencijos kvantinis našumas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. luminescence efficiency; luminescence yield; quantum efficiency of luminescence vok. Lumineszenzausbeute, f; Quantenausbeute der Lumineszenz, f rus. квантовый выход… …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • quantité — [ kɑ̃tite ] n. f. • XIIe; lat. quantitas 1 ♦ Cour. Nombre d unités ou mesure qui sert à déterminer une collection de choses considérées comme homogènes, ou une portion de matière. « La quantité de marchandises a diminué alors que le franc… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • lumière — [ lymjɛr ] n. f. • 1080 au sens III; lat. luminaria « flambeau », en lat. ecclés. « lumière », de lumen, luminis « lumière » I ♦ (XIIe) A ♦ Cour. Agent physique capable d impressionner l œil, de rendre les choses visibles. 1 ♦ Ce par quoi les… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Lumière infrarouge — Infrarouge Pour les articles homonymes, voir Infrarouge (homonymie). Image infrarouge de longueur d onde moyenne d un petit chien en fausse couleur. Le rayon …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Quantite de mouvement — Quantité de mouvement En physique, la quantité de mouvement est la grandeur physique associée à la vitesse et à la masse d un objet. Elle fait partie, avec l énergie, des valeurs qui se conservent lors des interactions entre éléments du système.… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • LUMIÈRE - Optique — Il est difficile de séparer nettement les notions de lumière et d’optique. La lumière, évidence sensible, apparaît communément comme première par rapport à l’optique, science dont l’objet est l’étude de la lumière et qui englobe toutes les… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Lumiere Astrale — Lumière Astrale La vierge de l apocalypse, représentation allégorique de la Lumière Astrale. Le terme de Lumière Astrale est une notion occulte ou magique qui remonte à Paracelse. Mais l origine même de ce qu englobe ce terme semble commune à de… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Lumiere zodiacale — Lumière zodiacale La lumière zodiacale derrière le télescope Faulkes, à l observatoire Haleakala, Hawaii. La lumière zodiacale est une faible lueur triangulaire qui peut être perçue sur le ciel nocturne et qui s étend à partir des environs du… …   Wikipédia en Français