"Accurate Image Based Re-Lighting through Optimization"
Pieter Peers, and Philip Dutré

ACM SIGGRAPH 2002 Conference Abstracts and Applications, pages 145-145, August 2002
Abstract
In this sketch we present a new re-lighting technique that, for a single viewpoint, accurately captures the reflectance field of real and virtual objects, without restrictions on their geometrical complexity or material properties. As a result the objects can be re-lit under arbitrary lighting conditions. To capture the reflectance field, we take photographs of an object lit by several lighting patterns on a surrounding discretized hemicube. The illumination of each pixel due to emitted radiance from each discrete patch on the hemicube is approximated by a reflection coefficient and a rectangular support which are found through an optimization procedure. The discretization of the hemicube ensures sufficient angular sampling to capture diffuse material properties. The use of a per patch support accommodates the small solid angle of a incoming light important for specular materials. To re-light the object, the target illumination, a high-dynamic range environment map, is averaged over the support and multiplied by the reflection coefficient, per pixel and per discrete patch on the hemicube. The results obtained show accurate re-lighting of diffuse as well as specular objects.


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Bibtex
@misc{Peers:2002:AIB:Sketch,
author = {Peers, Pieter and Dutr{\'e}, Philip},
title = {Accurate Image Based Re-Lighting through Optimization},
month = {August},
year = {2002},
pages = {145--145},
howpublished = {ACM SIGGRAPH 2002 Conference Abstracts and Applications}
doi = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1242073.1242158},
}
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