Christiane Ulbricht

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Within computer graphics, the field of predictive rendering is concerned with those methods of image synthesis that yield results that do not only look real, but are also radiometrically correct renditions of nature, i.e. which are accurate predictions of what a real scene would look like under given lighting conditions. In order to guarantee the(More)
Under certain circumstances the polarisation state of the illumination can have a significant influence on the appearance of scenes; outdoor scenes with specular surfaces – such as water bodies or windows – under clear, blue skies are good examples of such environments. In cases like that it can be essential to use a polarising renderer if a true prediction(More)
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