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  1. lambertian or diffuse deflection caused by the lambertian surface and you are left with
  2. Reflectance properties are a very important one you have the lambertian model which you
  3. talked about for the diffuse deflection. This is an example of the lambertian surface. We
  4. you will get the same illumination. This is the example of a lambertian or diffuse surface
  5. in the lambertian diffuse surface but it is happening here where the surface is more shiny
  6. or mirror type more of diffuse. This result is closer to the absolute lambertian surface.
  7. Most of it is lambertian a small amount of specularity exists whereas in this case the
  8. lambertian effect is very small or diffuse effect is very small, most predominant effect
  9. So I hope these three figures tell you the difference between pure lambertian surface.
  10. and the m also you vary what are the different factors here? You can visualize in the lambertian
  11. I say the Lambertian is equal to the diffuse complement, times the light color, times the
  12. lambertian surface also we will see. Then what does the illumination depend on in the
  13. I talked about this term that the diffuse surface is also called the lambertian surface
  14. which exhibits diffuse deflection and typical examples of lambertian surface which has or
  15. the property of lambertian surface which we are talking.
  16. Thus, whatever light falls on a point there is a little bit of granularity of that lambertian
  17. saw for diffuse deflection for a lambertian surface. A surface which exhibits diffuse
  18. deflection so we will keep interchanging these words lambertian, diffuse and interchangeably.
  19. So when we talk of the lambertian surface we will understand henceforth that it exhibits
  20. of a lambertian surface that is what we will use interchangeable. These laws are come from