1969-02-01

Angular Color Measurement on Automotive Materials 690241

The new Trilac goniospectrophotometer, discussed in detail here, offers a valuable measurement dimension for characterizing the optical nature and appearance of materials which reflect light differently when the angles of illumination and viewing are changed. Use of this device can be extremely helpful to the automotive design engineer who wants to be certain that various automotive trim materials will retain a coordinated appearance when viewed under varying angular lighting conditions. Examples of measurements made with Trilac on materials of this type are illustrated.

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