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Illumination Capture and Display


Thursday, 4 August
8:30 - 10:15 am
Petree Hall D
Session Chair: Steve Derrick, Vicarious Visions

Real Illumination from Virtual Environments


A method for actively controlling room illumination so that it is consistent with a virtual world, triggering natural adaptation processes in the human visual system.

Abhijeet Ghosh
The University of British Columbia
ghosh (at) cs.ubc.ca

Matthew Trentacoste
Helge Seetzen
Wolfgang Heidrich
The University of British Columbia

High-Fidelity Color Reproduction Based on Multi-Channel BTF/BRDF Acquisition, Rendering, and Display


An image-simulation system based on multi-channel BTF/BRDF acquisition, rendering, and display to simulate an object with the same color and gloss as a real object in front of an observer.

Masaru Tsuchida
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
tsuchida (at) akasaka.nict.go.jp

Yoshiyuki Sakaguchi
Digital Fashion Ltd.

Hiroyuki Arai
NTT Corporation

Masami Nishiko
Solve Inc.

Norihito Fujikawa National Institute of Information and Communications Technology

Automatic HDRI Generation of Dynamic Scenes


Conventional HDRI generation methods using multiple exposures require a static scene, which limits its application field. This sketch presents an HDRI generation method for dynamic scenes containing object and camera movements.

Katrien Jacobs
University College London
K.Jacobs (at) cs.ucl.ac.uk

Greg Ward
Anyhere Software

Celine Loscos
University College London

Light Waving: Estimating Light Positions From Photographs Alone


An inexpensive, portable, and calibration-free algorithm to automatically estimate three-dimensional light positions from an unordered set of images.

Holger Winnemoeller
Northwestern University

Ankit Mohan
Jack Tumblin
Bruce Gooch
Northwestern University
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