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Texturingxyz Despecular - a new tool for Nuke
13 February, 2017
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The founder of Texturing.xyz Jeremy Celeste has presented Despecular – a tool/filter for removing indirect specular reflection on skin. The tool mimics the effect of a cross polarized technique using a single image on human skin.

Companies with a scanning system using bounced lights that produce an even lighting on the subject are said to benefit from the solution.

As POC in this video, I choosed the Emily 2 project’s images, with cross polarized and unpolarized images to compare Despecular tool vs true cross polarized images.

The tool also works really well on unwrapped face images from a scanning software such as Agisoft Photoscan or Reality capture.

Nuke allows batch processing using same or different settings, also a real time preview for adjusting the weight slider as desired.

Jeremy Celeste

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