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Unformatted text preview: f controls how fast the highlight decreases big highlight 1 f 200 small highlight 39 Reflected Specular Intensity (cont) using the mirror direction we get: using the halfway vector we get: yields the reflected specular intensity I spec = I s * s *phong f ( ) = = v r v r H H H H , max ) cos( , max phong ( ) = = n h n h H H H H , max ) cos( , max phong 40 Reflected Specular Intensity (cont) examples of specular surfaces smooth metal, smooth glass, smooth plastics specular reflection coefficient increases left to right specular exponent decreases left to right...
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