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Illumination and Tone Mapping

Chair: David Ebert

 Display of High-Contrast Images using Models of Visual Adaptation

Two techniques for display of high-contrast images: layering scales three image layers independently, and foveal display for best display of a region indicated by the mouse.

Jack Tumblin
Jessica K. Hodgins
Georgia Institute of Technology
ccsupjt@cc.gatech.edu
jkh@cc.gatech.edu

Brian K. Guenter
Microsoft Research
bguenter@microsoft.com

 A Visibility Matching Tone Reproduction Operator for High Dynamic Range Scenes

A tone-reproduction operator that preserves visibility in high dynamic range scenes. The method incorporates models for human contrast sensitivity, glare, spatial acuity, and color sensitivity.

Gregory Ward Larson
Silicon Graphics, Inc.
gregl@asd.sgi.com

Holly Rushmeier
IBM TJ Watson Research Laboratory

Christine Piatko
JHU/APL

 Validating Global Illumination Algorithms and Software

Photographic images of real-world environments were compared to synthetic images of those environments in order to evaluate the accuracy of our lighting simulation both qualitatively and quantitatively.

Karol Myszkowski
University of Aizu
k-myszk@u-aizu.ac.jp

Andrei Khodulev
Edward A. Kopylov
Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics
Russian Academy of Sciences

 Composite Lighting Simulations with Lighting Networks

This extension to multi-pass global illumination algorithms allows flexible combination of the advantages of several algorithms by connecting them in the form of a dataflow graph.

Philipp Slusallek
Marc Stamminger
Wolfgang Heidrich
Jan-Christian Popp
Hans-Peter Seidel
University of Erlangen
slusallek@informatik.uni-erlangen.de