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Inventor:
Teece; Daniel
Address:
Pasadena, CA
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8217940 Directable lighting method and apparatus July 10, 2012
A method for a computer system includes receiving a plurality of values for an illumination parameter associated with an illumination source for a scene, determining a plurality illumination contributions for a surface of an object within the scene, in response to the plurality of values
8040355 Three-dimensional location-based texture transfers October 18, 2011
Textures are transferred between different object models using a point cloud. In a first phase, a point cloud in 3-D space is created to represent a texture map as applied to a first, or "source," object model. In a second phase, a value for a target texel of a texture map associated










 
 
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