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Visualizing lighting with images: converging between the predictive value of renderings and photographs
Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XVIII
Performing psychophysical experiments to investigate lighting perception can be expensive and time consuming if complex lighting systems need to be implemented. In this paper, display-based experiments are explored as a cost effective and less time consuming alternative to real-world experiments. The aim of this work is to better understand the upper limit of prediction accuracy that can be achieved when presenting an image on a display rather than the real-world scene. We compare thedoi:10.1117/12.2008465 dblp:conf/hvei/EngelkeSM13 fatcat:tkalv7etpncdddyqscptjjuwjq