Citing sources part 2

Citing sources part 2 - Reflected Ambient Intensity (cont)...

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31 Reflected Ambient Intensity (cont) assume ambient intensity is constant depends on: amount of ambient illumination I a property of light source material property ρ a property of object called ambient reflection coefficient ρ a is fraction of ambient intensity reflected by surface 0 ρ a 1 yields the reflected ambient intensity I amb = I a * ρ a
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32 Reflected Ambient Intensity (cont) picture of spheres lit with ambient light only ambient reflection coefficient increases from left to right makes objects look flat
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33 Reflected Diffuse Intensity a diffuse reflector reflects incident light equally in all directions obey Lambert’s Law: reflected intensity proportional to cos( θ ) independent of where the viewer is reflected intensity is the same in all directions
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course CSE 4431 taught by Professor Burton during the Winter '12 term at York University.

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Citing sources part 2 - Reflected Ambient Intensity (cont)...

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