Let There Be Light

Thursday, 9 August
1:45 - 3:30 pm
Room 1AB
Session Chair: Jan Kautz, University College London

Geometric Modeling Using Focal Surfaces

A new framework for modeling discrete surfaces consistent with a differential geometry specified by an associated piecewise linear (PL) focal-surface approximation.

Jingyi Yu
University of Delaware
yu (at) cis.udel.edu

Xiaotian Yin
Xianfeng Gu
State University of New York, Stony Brook

Leonard McMillan
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Steve Gortler
Harvard University

Real-Time Shading With Filtered Importance Sampling

An efficient technique for image-based lighting of objects with spatially varying materials, where BRDF-proportional importance sampling is combined with environment-map filtering to evaluate the illumination integral in real time.

Mark Colbert
University of Central Florida
colbert (at) cs.ucf.edu

Jaroslav Krivanek
Czech Technical University

High-Dynamic-Range Image Hallucination

A user-friendly, interactive tool to hallucinate an HDR image from a single LDR input. The technique strives for visually pleasing results, not precise reconstruction, which is usually impossible.

Lvdi Wang
Microsoft Research Asia and Tsinghua University

Li-Yi Wei
Kun Zhou
Baining Guo
Heung-Yeung Shum
Microsoft Research Asia
liyiwei (at) stanfordalumni.org

Mesostructure From Specularity Using Coded Illumination

A technique for measuring mesostructure using N controlled light sources but only O(log N) images instead of O(N). This improvement on previous work is achieved by using coded illumination patterns.

Yannick Francken
Tom Mertens
Jo Gielis
Philippe Bekaert
Universiteit Hasselt
yannick.francken (at) uhasselt.be

Fast Image-Based Separation of Diffuse and Specular Reflections

A novel image-based method for separating diffuse and specular reflections of real objects under distant environmental incident illumination.

Bruce Lamond
Pieter Peers
Paul Debevec
USC Institute for Creative Technologies