Resumé

3D-scanning technologies and point clouds as means for spatial representation introduce a new paradigm to the measuring and mapping of physical artefacts and space. This technology also offers possibilities for the measuring and mapping of outdoor urban lighting and has the potential to meet the challenges of dynamic smart lighting planning in outdoor urban space. This paper presents findings on how 3D capturing of outdoor environments combined with HDRI establishes a new way for analysing and representing the spatial distribution of light in combination with luminance data.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelPLDC 2017 Proceedings : PLDC 6th Global Lighting Design Convention, 1.-4. November, 2017 in Paris/FR
RedaktørerJoachim Ritter
Antal sider3
ForlagVia Verlag
Publikationsdato2017
Sider59-61
AnsøgerVIA-Verlag
ISBN (Trykt)978-3-9811940-8-1
StatusUdgivet - 2017
BegivenhedPLDC 6th Global Lighting Design Convention: Professional Lighting Design Convention 2017 -
Varighed: 1 nov. 20174 nov. 2017
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Konference

KonferencePLDC 6th Global Lighting Design Convention
Periode01/11/201704/11/2017
Internetadresse
NavnPLDC Proceedings

Emneord

  • lysdesign
  • Point clouds
  • smart lighting

Kunstnerisk udviklingsvirksomhed (KUV)

  • Nej

Citer dette

Bülow, K., & Tamke, M. (2017). Calibrated HDRI in 3D point clouds. I J. Ritter (red.), PLDC 2017 Proceedings: PLDC 6th Global Lighting Design Convention, 1.-4. November, 2017 in Paris/FR (s. 59-61). Via Verlag. PLDC Proceedings
Bülow, Katja ; Tamke, Martin. / Calibrated HDRI in 3D point clouds. PLDC 2017 Proceedings: PLDC 6th Global Lighting Design Convention, 1.-4. November, 2017 in Paris/FR. red. / Joachim Ritter. Via Verlag, 2017. s. 59-61 (PLDC Proceedings).
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PLDC 2017 Proceedings: PLDC 6th Global Lighting Design Convention, 1.-4. November, 2017 in Paris/FR. red. / Joachim Ritter. Via Verlag, 2017. s. 59-61 (PLDC Proceedings).

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Bülow K, Tamke M. Calibrated HDRI in 3D point clouds. I Ritter J, red., PLDC 2017 Proceedings: PLDC 6th Global Lighting Design Convention, 1.-4. November, 2017 in Paris/FR. Via Verlag. 2017. s. 59-61. (PLDC Proceedings).