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The proposed method acquires subsurface-scattering parameters of heterogeneous translucent materials. It directly obtains dense per-surface-point scattering parameters from observations under cross-polarized spherical-gradient illumination of curved surfaces. This method does not require explicit fitting of observed scattering profiles. A variety of heterogeneous translucent objects illustrate its validity.
Rendering (computer graphics), Materials, Approximation, Scattering parameters, Linear approximation, Surface treatment,computer graphics, scattering, subsurface scattering, translucent materials, spherical-gradient illumination, dipole-diffusion approximation
Yufeng Zhu, P. Garigipati, P. Peers, P. Debevec, A. Ghosh, "Estimating Diffusion Parameters from Polarized Spherical-Gradient Illumination", IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol. 33, no. , pp. 34-43, May-June 2013, doi:10.1109/MCG.2013.22
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