Avoiding and Removing Multiple Scattering

Light is scattered all the time in the world around us. In order to
identify the shape of objects the most relevant scattering events are
reflections at object surfaces. In a number of scenarios those direct
reflections will be mixed with other global illumination effects such
as interreflections, subsurface scattering, or they are hardly visible
due to a low albedo surface. In the talk, I will present a set of
recent techniques for removing the disturbing effects introduced by
multiple scattering. We exploit high frequency illumination,
polarization filtering or fluorescent liquids. The developed systems
allow for clear vision in murky water or for 3D range scanning
independent of the material type, e.g. even for translucent or
transparent objects.
Lecturer:
Prof. Dr. Hendrik Lensch
Dates:
Fr 05.6.2009, 13:00 - 15:00, G29-335
Recent news:
19.04.2017

Research Seminar Announcement

In the course of the Visual Computing research seminar Dr. Evgeny Gladilin from the Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK) Gatersleben will give a talk with subsequent discussion about the topic Aufgaben der Bildanalyse in quantitativer Pflanzenforschung.

We would like to invite everyone interested to join us. The research seminar will take place in on Friday 21.04.2017, 13:00 c.t. in G29-R335.

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