Image-Based Rendering from a Single Image

@inproceedings{Boivin2001ImageBasedRF,
  title={Image-Based Rendering from a Single Image},
  author={Samuel Boivin},
  year={2001}
}
In this report, we present a new method to recover an approximation of the bidirectional re ectance distribution function (BRDF) of the surfaces present in a real scene. This is done from a single photograph and a 3D geometric model of the scene. The result is a full model of the re ectance properties of all surfaces, which can be rendered under novel illumination conditions, with, for example, viewpoint modi cation and the addition of new synthetic objects. Our technique produces a re ectance… CONTINUE READING

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