Color & Focus

Friday, 26 July
3:30 - 5:30 pm
Room 217BCD

Session Chair: Brian Barsky, University of California, Berkeley


Color Transformation Based on the Basic Color Categories of a Painting
Using basic color category concepts to generate large but natural color transformations of an image.

Youngha Chang
Tokyo Institute of Technology
chang@img.cs.titech.ac.jp

Suguru Saito
Masayuki Nakajima
Tokyo Institute of Technology



Perceptual Tone-Mapping Operator for High-Dynamic-Range Scenes
A method for creating a perceptual tone-mapping operator based on psychophysical experiments. It exploits the fact that human eyes process detailed information almost exclusively in the fovea.

Patrick Ledda
University of Bristol
ledda@cs.bris.ac.uk

Alan Chalmers
University of Bristol



A Phenomenological Approach to Bokeh Rendering
"Bokeh" is a term that describes the quality of out-of-focus areas as rendered by a photographic lens. This sketch presents a phenomenological, controllable approach to simulate it.

Juan Buhler
PDI/DreamWorks
jbuhler@pdi.com

Daniel Wexler
PDI/DreamWorks



Virtual View Generation by Linear Processing of Two Differently Focused Images
A novel approach to IBR techniques for generating a virtual view image with arbitrary focus from two differently focused images captured at a fixed position.

Akira Kubota
University of Tokyo
kubota@hal.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Kiyoharu Aizawa
University of Tokyo






Summaries of SIGGRAPH 2002 Sketches & Applications are available in the SIGGRAPH 2002 Conference Abstracts and Applications
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