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§ 16.90.5 - SceneScript Language Reference

§ - ambient (SceneScript element)

 <ambient EXP

This language element may be used inside a  <trait block.

EXP may range from 0.0 to 1.0. It represents the amount of light that is applied to an object when no light source directly shines upon that object. Another way to look at this is it means that this amount of illumination will apply to the object even when there are no lights. Use this term for the amount of illumination you want in shadowed areas of objects. The ambient amount is added to other light sources.

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