[ dmg . publications . The Virtual Lighting Laboratory: Per-pixel Luminance Data Analysis ] edit
Mehlika Inanici and Mojtaba Navvab
published in 2006 in Luekos, Journal of the Illuminating Engineering society of North America, Vol 3, No. 3
abstract:
The Virtual Lighting Laboratory (VLL) is an image based lighting analysis tool and methodology. Through appropriate modeling, rendering, and image technology, physically based renderings and HDR Photographs can be used to extract per-pixel lighting information. In VLL, per-pixel lighting data extracted from physically based renderings is processed through mathematical and statistical operations to perform lighting analysis with detail, flexibility, and rigor that may be infeasible or impossible with the traditional lighting analysis approaches.
last updated 11.17.2006 by Mehlika Inanici