Diese Lehrveranstaltung wird im Wintersemester 2008/2009 nicht abgehalten.
Beauty of Realistic Image Synthesis
The goal is to simultaneously present the mathematical and the
aesthetical aspects of image synthesis.First some basic definition and
methods will be shown about reflectance models,image synthesis or color
theory, which can be learned separately and often more detailed in some of
other running courses at Institute.
The presented questions and methods are from connected and overlapping
areas of rendering,human perception, color theory/dynamics, digital
photography and computational aesthetics.It will be always pointed out the
open directions, the aesthetical aspects or the nice mathematical
solutions, and will be presented even some not yet published research
works. The final goal is to give a method of approach to create nice
computer generated images.
Basics properties of physically plausible reflectance models.
Historical models, metals, anisotropic and retro-reflective materials.
Importance sampling. Global illumination techniques.
Realistic and realistic-like fast methods.
Basics of color theory, color systems. Gamut of display and printer.
Gamut clipping and mapping techniques.
Exposure in Computer Graphics. Radiance and Irradiance metering techniques.
Color order systems. Coloroid system. Computational Color Harmony,
Planning of Colored Environment.
Psychical Color Preferences, Coloroid Harmony Wizard Software
Color vision models, Color Appearance, Spatial vision models, Contrast
Color image difference, Image quality,
High Dynamics Range Images in Rendering and in Digital Photography,
automatic view-point selection, trends in computational aesthetics