• Bidirectional Reflectance Measurement and Reflection Model Fitting of Complex Materials Using an Image-Based Measurement Setup 

      Sole, Aditya Suneel; Farup, Ivar; Nussbaum, Peter; Tominaga, Shoji (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Materials with a complex visual appearance, like goniochromatic or non-diffuse, are widely used for the packaging industry. Measuring optical properties of such materials requires a bidirectional approach, and therefore, ...
    • Evaluating an image based multi-angle measurement setup using different reflection models 

      Sole, Aditya Suneel; Farup, Ivar; Nussbaum, Peter (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Image based measurement setups are widely used for multidirectional reflectance measurements of materials. Different reflection models are used to estimate the material reflectance. In this paper we use two commonly ...
    • Evaluating an image-based bidirectional reflectance distribution function measurement setup 

      Sole, Aditya Suneel; Farup, Ivar; Nussbaum, Peter; Tominaga, Shoji (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      We evaluate an image-based multiangle bidirectional reflectance distribution function measurement setup by comparing it to measurements from two commercially available goniospectrophotometers. The image-based setup uses ...
    • On the Acquisition and Reproduction of Material Appearance 

      Sole, Aditya Suneel; Gigilashvili, Davit; Midtfjord, Helene B.; Guarnera, Dar'ya; Guarnera, Giuseppe Claudio; Thomas, Jean-Baptiste; Hardeberg, Jon Yngve (Chapter, 2019)
      Currently, new technologies (e.g. 2.5D and 3D printing processes) progress at a fast pace in their capacity to (re)produce an ever-broader range of visual aspects. At the same time, a huge research effort is needed to ...
    • On the Acquisition and Reproduction of Material Appearance 

      Sole, Aditya Suneel; Gigilashvili, Davit; Midtfjord, Helene B.; Guarnera, Dar'ya; Guarnera, Giuseppe Claudio; Thomas, Jean-Baptiste; Hardeberg, Jon Yngve (Chapter, 2019)
      Currently, new technologies (e.g. 2.5D and 3D printing processes) progress at a fast pace in their capacity to (re)produce an ever-broader range of visual aspects. At the same time, a huge research effort is needed to ...