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What are wavelengths of light?

The wavelength of light is defined as “The distance between the two successive crests or troughs of the light wave”.

What is the frequency of visible light?

Region Wavelength Frequency
Visible (blue) 400 nm 7.5 × 1014 Hz
Visible (red) 700 nm 4.3 × 1014 Hz
Infrared 10000 nm 3 × 1013 Hz
Microwave 1 cm 30 GHz

Why visible light communication is important?

Visible light communication (VLC) is a new paradigm that could revolutionise the future of wireless communication. Furthermore, the exponential improvement in the high power light emitting diodes is an enabler for high data rate VLC Network.

What is effect light?

Effect Lights. One of the fascinating things about stage lighting is that it can double as scenery. I don’t know of a piece of scenery that can also function as stage lighting, but effect lights can certainly serve as a scene’s visual picture, whether they’re just flashing colors or dancing to the music.

What wavelength of light is harmful?

Blue light below 460 nm is what has been linked to oxidative retinal damage. The cumulative effect of this light has been linked to the potential development of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the leading cause of blindness for people over 55. So, light below 460nm has been labeled ‘bad blue light’.

Is red light bad for your eyes?

Unlike ultraviolet (UVA and UVB) light, red light will not burn your eyes, although you may feel a gentle warmth during treatment. But because eyes are extremely photosensitive, damage could occur from too much exposure.

What frequency is dangerous to humans?

The most restrictive limits on whole-body exposure are in the frequency range of 30-300 MHz where the human body absorbs RF energy most efficiently when the whole body is exposed.

Is 28ghz dangerous?

As high as 30 GHz may seem to us today, the reality is these waves won’t be nearly powerful enough to do any harm. There are electromagnetic waves of unbelievably higher frequencies out there, and beyond a certain threshold, those do become dangerous to living beings partying down here on Earth.

Can 7hz kill you?

At high volumes, infrasound can directly affect the human central nervous system, causing disorientation, anxiety, panic, bowel spasms, nausea, vomiting and eventually organ rupture or even death from prolonged exposure.

What is the loudest thing in the universe?

The sound made by the Krakatoa volcanic eruption in 1883 was so loud it ruptured eardrums of people 40 miles away, travelled around the world four times, and was clearly heard 5,000 kilometers away. This is hailed as the loudest noise ever – and reported in Nautilus .