PHOTOREALISTIC VISUALIZATION OF FLUORESCENCE MATERIALS WITH DUAL SURFACE SCATTERING
Аннотация и ключевые слова
Аннотация (русский):
We describe a simple method to extract fluorescent characteristics of a surface by combining measurements by a "usual" gonioreflectormeter GSCM-4 and fluorimeter FP-8600. The fluorescent BDF consists of three components: glossy near-specular peak which is not fluorescent and white, highly diffuse “passive” part which is also not fluorescent but colored, and fluorescent part. The latter obviates Kasha’s-Vavilov’s rule (factorization) with good accuracy. The BDFs obtained were used in rendering and shown good visual match with the natural photographs.

Ключевые слова:
fluorescence, fluorescent emission, fluorescence efficiency, Bi-directional Scattering Function (BSDF)
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