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A Light Stage on Every Desk

@article{Sengupta2021ALS,
  title={A Light Stage on Every Desk},
  author={Soumyadip Sengupta and B. Curless and Ira Kemelmacher-Shlizerman and S. Seitz},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2105.08051}
}
Every time you sit in front of a TV or monitor, your face is actively illuminated by time-varying patterns of light. This paper proposes to use this time-varying illumination for synthetic relighting of your face with any new illumination condition. In doing so, we take inspiration from the light stage work of Debevec et al. [4], who first demonstrated the ability to relight people captured in a controlled lighting environment. Whereas existing light stages require expensive, room-scale… Expand

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