Realizing pseudo color bleeding with a deep composite image

Published by Issei FUJISHIRO on

Masaru Ohkawara, Issei Fujishiro

in Proceedings of Cyberworlds 2019 (Poster), Kyoto, Japan, October 2―4, 2019

[doi: 10.1109/CW.2019.00072]

Compositing two or more digital images without causing viewer discomfort is a difficult task. In this study, we focus on the emerging technology named “Deep Compositing,” to consider a method for realizing consistent global illumination effects, such as color bleeding, soft shadows, and caustics within such a framework. In this poster paper, we regard the first onset of each deep pixel sample point as a virtual point light and attempt to realize pseudo color bleeding.

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