Visual difference metric for realistic image synthesis

@inproceedings{Bolin1999VisualDM,
  title={Visual difference metric for realistic image synthesis},
  author={Mark R. Bolin and Gary W. Meyer},
  booktitle={Human Vision and Electronic Imaging},
  year={1999}
}
An accurate and efficient model of human perception has been developed to control the placement of samples in a realistic image synthesis algorithm. Previous sampling techniques have sought to spread the error equally across the image plane. However, this approach neglects the fact that the renderings are intended to be displayed for a human observer. The human visual system has a varying sensitivity to error that is based upon the viewing context. This means that equivalent optical… CONTINUE READING
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