Enhancing surface features with the Radiance Scaling Meshlab Plugin

Abstract : We present the new Radiance Scaling plugin for Meshlab. This rendering technique allows to depict shape through shading via the modification of light intensities around specific features. The major idea is to correlate the shading with surface feature variations in order to enhance shape details like concavities and convexities. The Radiance Scaling rendering technique works in real-time on modern graphics hardware. As a consequence, surface features can be inspected interactively. Recently, the Radiance Scaling technique has received major interest in the French Archaeology research community, in particular for enhancing details in carved stones and thus improving their legibility.
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Angeliki Chrysanthi and David Wheatley and Iza Romanowska and Constantinos Papadopoulos and Patricia Murrieta-Flores and Tim Sly and Graeme Earl and Philip Verhagen. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) 2012, Mar 2012, Southampton, United Kingdom. Amsterdam University Press, 2, pp.417--421, 2014, Archaeology in the Digital Era. <http://dare.uva.nl/aup/en/record/500958>


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Xavier Granier, Romain Vergne, Romain Pacanowski, Pascal Barla, Patrick Reuter. Enhancing surface features with the Radiance Scaling Meshlab Plugin. Angeliki Chrysanthi and David Wheatley and Iza Romanowska and Constantinos Papadopoulos and Patricia Murrieta-Flores and Tim Sly and Graeme Earl and Philip Verhagen. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) 2012, Mar 2012, Southampton, United Kingdom. Amsterdam University Press, 2, pp.417--421, 2014, Archaeology in the Digital Era. <http://dare.uva.nl/aup/en/record/500958>. <hal-00877158>

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