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Yes, you should absolutely expect the lighting conditions to be different on each table you play on. Take that from experience! Now, that doesn't mean it WILL be different--just that you should EXPECT it to be different. That includes practice tables being different from the competition tables and different from your tables at home/school. There are different strategies for dealing with the variances, including mechanical (shielding), calibrations, and strategies that avoid relying on the sensor.

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On Fri, Nov 9, 2018 at 5:13 AM LR <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Experts ... We are using light sensor in our model... We are testing under the normal household "White Day Light" lights to sense the white color on the poster.....Will there be any color variation on the competition ....meaning how to tackle the Reflected Light Intensity variation from household light to the competition place lights.  Any suggestion is appreciated.

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