BTF-based Material Representations: Current Challenges (English)

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The development of Bidirectional Texture Functions (BTFs) has made it possible for a wide range of different materials to acquire their characteristic appearance from a real-world counterpart and reproduce it faithfully in a high-quality rendering, that is hard to distinguish from an actual photograph. However, they have not yet found wide-spread use in practical applications. In this paper, we discuss, from our point of view, the main reasons for this and which unanswered questions and challenges for future research in this area remain. We focus on three different aspects: How can BTFs be measured and represented more efficiently? How can they be edited intuitively? And finally, can we find a perceptual difference metric between materials?

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Towards a Practical Gamut of Appearance Acquisition
Fuchs, M. / Koch, S. / Gieseke, L. / Mozer, F. / Eberhardt, B. | 2013
Material Modeling with Physical Constraints
Weidlich, A. / Meseth, J. | 2013
DOME II: A Parallelized BTF Acquisition System
Schwartz, C. / Sarlette, R. / Weinmann, M. / Klein, R. | 2013
From Color to Appearance in the Real World
Ellens, M. / Mueller, G. / Lamy, F. | 2013
Grand Challenges: Material Models in the Automotive Industry
Schregle, R. / Denk, C. / Slusallek, P. / Glencross, M. | 2013
BTF-based Material Representations: Current Challenges
Ruiters, R. / Klein, R. | 2013
Interactive Appearance Design in the Presence of Optically Complex
Schroeder, K. / Zincke, A. | 2013
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