Rendering Iridescent Colors of Optical Disks

@inproceedings{Sun2000RenderingIC,
  title={Rendering Iridescent Colors of Optical Disks},
  author={Yinlong Sun and F. David Fracchia and Mark S. Drew and Thomas W. Calvert},
  booktitle={Rendering Techniques},
  year={2000}
}
Iridescent colors of optical disks are caused by light diffraction from their surface microstructure. This paper proposes a diffractive illumination model for optical disks based on their physical structure and the superposition principle of light waves. This model includes contributions due to diffractive and non-diffractive factors. For the diffractive part, we first model the pit periodicity for optical disks by using identical spheres and then simplify their distribution by uniform groups… CONTINUE READING
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