[ dmg . publications . Image Based Rendering: Using High Dynamic Range Photographs to Light Architectural Scenes ] edit
Kathleen Cheney and Mehlika Inanici
published in 2008 in [Architecture] in the age of [Digital] Reproduction, 2008 ACSA West Central Fall Conference [pdf]
Image Based Rendering is a digital rendering technique that uses High Dynamic Range photographs captured from a physical environment to light three-dimensional digital models. These renderings are useful for representation and design evaluation purposes. The paper discusses the rationale, advantages, and the methodology of the technique; and architectural applications are exemplified through different settings and lighting conditions.
related projects: Image Based Rendering, HDR
last updated 9.8.2009 by Mehlika Inanici