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Open Access Caustics and Translucency Perception

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Caustics projected onto the surface carry very interesting information regarding the material they are cast by. It has been observed in previous studies that caustics could be a widely used cue for translucency assessment by human subjects. We hypothesize that changing the reflectance properties of the surface an object is placed on, and removal of the caustic pattern might impact perceived translucency of the material. We conducted psychophysical experiments to investigate the correlation among caustics, environment colors and translucency perception, and found very interesting indications that materials appear less translucent under the conditions where caustics are absent.
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Keywords: Appearance; Caustic; Graphics; Translucency; Vision

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 26, 2020

This article was made available online on January 26, 2020 as a Fast Track article with title: "BTF image recovery based on U-Net and texture interpolation".

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