Matching Dry to Wet Materials

@article{Yacoob2013MatchingDT,
  title={Matching Dry to Wet Materials},
  author={Yaser Yacoob},
  journal={2013 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision},
  year={2013},
  pages={2952-2959}
}
When a translucent liquid is spilled over a rough surface it causes a significant change in the visual appearance of the surface. This wetting phenomenon is easily detected by humans, and an early model was devised by the physicist Andres Jonas Angstrom nearly a century ago. In this paper we investigate the problem of determining if a wet/dry relationship between two image patches explains the differences in their visual appearance. Water tends to be the typical liquid involved and therefore it… CONTINUE READING

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