The Spectral Reflectance Model of Coloring Images Printed on Holographic Papers
The goal of the work proposed in this dissertation is to develop a new method for the chrominance measurement and predict the spectral reflectance. Since the special feature of the holographic paper, it can reflect rainbow colors when it is in daylight, and the chrominance and the density of reflected light would change along with the observation angle changing, so when ink is printed, the chrominance and the quality of the products are difficult to detect. In this paper, we followed the convention of radiometry, derived the light distribution regular model of the interaction of light when it printed on holographic papers, and derived a new model to detect the chrominance information by changing the illumination condition. Finally, we established a spectral reflectance model by considering on the propagation of light.
OUYANG Yun, XU Min and YANG Li
X. X. Wan et al., "The Spectral Reflectance Model of Coloring Images Printed on Holographic Papers", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 174, pp. 20-23, 2011