Evaluation study to be published

Hello,

I'm sure everybody has been dying to see another RADIANCE evaluation study! Well, here it is. Accepted by the Journal of the Optical Society of America, Series A (JOSA A) and available in its final content form via JOSA A's pre-publication site (http://josaa.osa.org/upcoming_pdf.cfm?id=62891) for everyone to download (access will be restricted to subscribers after it is officially published).

RADIANCE's use has now spread well beyond the architectural and lighting community.

Cheers,

Alexa

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Dr. Alexa I. Ruppertsberg
Department of Optometry
University of Bradford
Bradford
BD7 1DP
UK

Phone: ++44 (0) 1274 - 23 53 78
email: [email protected]
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Hi Alexa,

Thanks for sharing this! I haven't had a chance to read it yet, but just glanced at the abstract and summary. You might find the following reference useful as a means to obtain better color accuracy without resorting to a spectral calculation:

Ward, Greg, Elena Eydelberg-Vileshin, "Picture Perfect RGB Rendering Using Spectral Prefiltering and Sharp Color Primaries," Thirteenth Eurographics Workshop on Rendering (2002), P. Debevec and S. Gibson (Editors), June 2002. <http://www.anyhere.com/gward/papers/egwr02/>.

-Greg

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From: "Alexa I. Ruppertsberg" <[email protected]>
Date: November 25, 2005 5:35:46 AM HST

Hello,

I'm sure everybody has been dying to see another RADIANCE evaluation study! Well, here it is. Accepted by the Journal of the Optical Society of America, Series A (JOSA A) and available in its final content form via JOSA A's pre-publication site (http://josaa.osa.org/upcoming_pdf.cfm?id=62891) for everyone to download (access will be restricted to subscribers after it is officially published).

RADIANCE's use has now spread well beyond the architectural and lighting community.

Cheers,

Alexa