Caustics Overview

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Caustics Overview

The light cast onto a dining table by a wine glass is one of the most common examples of caustics.
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  • Submitted on: 2008-03-30 02:49:24

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Caustics are formed by light being reflected or transmitted by a number of specular (shiny) surfaces before interacting with a diffuse (light scattering) surface. The light cast onto a dining table by a wine glass is one of the most common examples of caustics.    More detail...

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