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Reflectivity

Reflectivity, sometimes called reciprocity, is a counterpart to interactivity. It refers to the degree of reflection by the world, or interactivity going both ways: How a user can change the world in lasting ways by their actions, and also how the world changes in dynamic structure, based on those interactive changes.

See also: Interactivity, Resonance

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Related Dictionary Entries for Reflectivity:

Diffusion

Interactivity

Luster

Multiple Textures

Reflectivity

Resonance

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(15/11/2009)
The difference between a matt and a glossy painted surface shows that there's more to the appearance of real-world objects than colour alone. But reproducing that variation in printed images has been beyond the capabilities of even the bes...


(17/07/2009)
A recent breakthrough by researchers at the Swiss Nanoscience Institute sees for the first time the creation of thin films with controllable electronic properties. This discovery could have a large impact on future applications in sensors a...


(30/09/2011)
If typical black paint absorbs about 85% of incoming light, then a newly designed metamaterial that absorbs up to 99% of incoming light may be considered “darker than black." By taking advantage of the unique light-scattering properties ...


(06/03/2012)
Like something straight out of "Star Wars," armies of robots could nimbly be crawling up towers and skyscrapers to make repairs in the not-so-distant future, so humans don't have to.

That's just one thing researchers in H...


(14/04/2014)
A team of scientists, led by Assistant Professor Andrivo Rusydi from the Department of Physics at the National University of Singaporeís (NUS) Faculty of Science, has successfully developed a technique to study the interface between materia...