Physically Accurate Lighting Simulation in Computer Graphics Software

A.B. Khodulev, E.A. Kopylov


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7. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Authors thank INTEGRA, Inc. and LightScape Technologies Inc. for presenting their software for investigation; Gregory Ward for consultations on the Radiance system. Also we would like to thank our colleagues Vadim Saveliev and Nikolai Kulikov for a lot of technical work done.

The authors are grateful to Lightscape Technologies Inc., Integra Inc., Voxel Visual Computing Ltd., Korea National Housing Corp., Matsushita Electric Works Ltd., Hibiya Engineering Ltd. for presenting their models.

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