Evalution of High Dynamic Range Image-Based Sky Models in Lighting Simulation

@inproceedings{Inanici2010EvalutionOH,
  title={Evalution of High Dynamic Range Image-Based Sky Models in Lighting Simulation},
  author={Mehlika Inanici},
  year={2010}
}
Daylight availability and sky luminance distributions vary spatially and temporally depending on geography, weather, and other local conditions. Substantial amount of data is accumulated from long term measurements in various parts of the world (Kitler et al. 1992) through sky scanners. These devices (such as the Krochmann sky scanner) typically measure luminance at 145 points. The accumulated data is used to establish generic predictive sky models in the form of mathematical formulae… CONTINUE READING

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