Student project

BRDF acquisition with polarizing filters (2016)

BRDF (for bidirectional reflectance distribution function) are functions used in computer graphics and optics to describe how an opaque surface reflect the incoming light. The goal of this project is to study technics to separate different components of the BRDF real objects, measured by a static camera with different incoming light direction. There’s different applications for such separation. The main one being es- timating parameters of approximation models used to reduce the space needed to store the BRDF, or reconstruct the full continious signal (sampled during acquisition).


    Keywords: BRDF ; cgi ; polarizing filter


    • EPFL-STUDENT-224429

    Record created on 2017-01-16, modified on 2017-09-05


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