For convenience (using the CIC 2011 tag works but shows posts in reverse order), this post combines all the links to my CIC 2011 posts. Note that video for many of the presentations is available online, and many of the papers are also available on the various author’s home pages.
Next year, CIC will be in Los Angeles, between November 12 and November 16. If you are local, I warmly recommend attending at least some of the courses, especially the two-day “fundamentals” course.
Two recommended (albeit somewhat expensive) resources for people interested in further study of color topics:
- The DVD of the two-day “Fundamentals of Color Science and Imaging” course, presented by Dr. Hunt.
- The book “Digital Color Management: Encoding Solutions” (make sure to get the 2nd edition) has great coverage of the image reproduction problem and its solutions. I see this problem as “the other half of rendering” – what do you do after you’ve generated those physically-based scene radiance values?