Academic Staff and Fellows
- Mikiya HIRONAGA
- Lecturer PhD in Engineering
The colors of objects photographed using a camera are affected by the light source and the sensor, and are thus not the colors as seen by people with their eyes. We conduct research to estimate these effects and develop computer graphics that can reproduce the colors of objects accurately.
A concept of viewing objects
|Research Area||Multispectral Imaging,
|Research Interests||Reconstruction of spectral reflectance by the use of an image acquisition device.
Device independent image reproduction.
(1) Noise robustness of a colorimetric evaluation model for image acquisition devices with different characterization models, Appl. Opt. 48, 5354-5362 (2009).
(2) Estimating the noise variance in an image acquisition system and its influence on the accuracy of recovered spectral reflectances, Appl. Opt. 49, 6140-6148 (2010).
(3) Estimating and Eliminating a Biased Illumination with the Correlation between Luminance and Colors, ICIC Express Letters, Vol.7, No.5, 1687-1692, (2013).
|BS and MS from Univ. of Osaka Pref.
PhD from Osaka City Univ.
|Title of Thesis, Institute, Date||A Noise Analysis for Recovering Reflectances of the Objects Being Imaged、Osaka City Univ.、Sep. 2012|
Image Processing Laboratory