Evalglare (WAS: Re: rad to cad?)

Hi Erik,

Short answer is you can use a non-hemispherical lens, as long as you take an eye illuminance reading as well. Still, if there are glare sources beyond the field of view of your lens, you're simply not going to get accurate results out of evalglare. I suggest you read up on the evalglare documentation, for starters…

- Rob

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On Jan 22, 2013, at 10:27 PM, Erik Moore <[email protected]> wrote:

I am currently looking into the use of hdr images and their use with evalglare.

Can anyone tell me (before I launch into it) whether it's possible to use the 'standard' lens on my camera or does evalglare require a hemispherical image as an input?

Quick to check I know, but also quick to mail all you lovely people! :slight_smile:

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