Diffuse light is emitted from large, luminous surfaces. It produces a soft, uniform lighting with low modelling and brilliance.
Direct, diffuse general lighting designates an even illumination with respect to a horizontal working plane. It is possible to orientate oneself and work in the room. The architecture is visible. Direct diffuse light produces a soft illumination with little shadow and reflection. The limited formation of shadow results in weak modelling capabilities. Shapes and surface textures are only slightly emphasised.
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