Appearance Bending: A Perceptual Editing Paradigm for Data-Driven Material Models

@inproceedings{Mylo2017AppearanceBA,
  title={Appearance Bending: A Perceptual Editing Paradigm for Data-Driven Material Models},
  author={Marlon Mylo and Martin Giesel and Q. Zaidi and M. Hullin and R. Klein},
  booktitle={VMV},
  year={2017}
}
Data-driven representations of material appearance play an important role in a wide range of applications. Unlike with analytical models, however, the intuitive and efficient editing of tabulated reflectance data is still an open problem. In this work, we introduce appearance bending, a set of image-based manipulation operators, such as thicken, inflate, and roughen, that implement recent insights from perceptual studies. In particular, we exploit a link between certain perceived visual… Expand
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