Conference 5–9 August 2012
Exhibition 7–9 August 2012
Los Angeles Convention Center

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Technical Papers

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Monday, 6 August 3:45 PM - 5:35 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center, Room 515AB
Session Chair: Hendrik Lensch, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

3D Imaging Spectroscopy for Measuring 3D Hyperspectral Patterns on Solid Objects

A complete measurement system for obtaining spectral reflectance data in a wide spectral range at high spectral and spatial resolution. The paper shows results for several applications: the interplay between the visual capabilities and appearance of birds, and analysis of artifacts from geology and cultural heritage.

Min H. Kim
Yale University

Todd Alan Harvey
Yale University

David S. Kittle
Duke University

Holly Rushmeier
Yale University

Julie Dorsey
Yale University

Richard O. Prum
Yale University

David J. Brady
Duke University

Primal-Dual Coding to Probe Light Transport

A way to capture photos in which a scene's light-transport properties (interreflections, scattering, etc) appear to have changed. The idea is to project a special sequence of patterns onto the scene during the photo's exposure period and, simultaneously, use another sequence to selectively mask pixels on the camera sensor.

Matthew O'Toole
University of Toronto

Ramesh Raskar
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Kiriakos Kutulakos
University of Toronto

Fast High-Resolution Appearance Editing Using Superimposed Projections

This system superimposes multiple projections onto an object of arbitrary shape and color to produce high-resolution appearance changes. It produces appearances at an improved resolution compared to prior works and can change appearances at near interactive rates.

Daniel E. Aliaga
Purdue University

Yu Hong Yeung
Purdue University

Alvin Law
Purdue University

Behzad Sajadi
University of California, Irvine

Aditi Majumder
University of California, Irvine

Printing Spatially Varying Reflectance for Reproducing HDR Images

A printing system that physically prints spatially varying reflectance to produce tone-mapping effects of an HDR input under different viewing conditions.

Yue Dong
Microsoft Research Asia

Xin Tong
Microsoft Research Asia

Fabio Pellacini
Dartmouth College and Sapienza – Università di Roma

Baining Guo
Microsoft Research Asia

Printing Reflectance Functions

Real scenes change appearance when lit from different directions. This paper presents a printing process that produces arbitrary lighting-direction-dependent reflectance for a single viewpoint, using paper with specular microgeometry.

Thomas Malzbender
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories

Ramin Samadani
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories

Steven Scher
University of California, Santa Cruz

Adam Crume
University of California, Santa Cruz

Douglas Dunn
3M

James Davis
University of California, Santa Cruz