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Simulation d'illumination d'édifices architecturaux en image de synthèse : expérimentations

Abstract : The lighting design of interior or exterior architectural buildings or urban spaces in general, is a recent activity that nowadays undergoes profound changes from the conception to the realization. In this work, it is shown that computer aided simulations of the principals of light propagation as well as their visualization by image systhesis can provide precious support to lighting design. In particular, the novelty of this PhD work is two fold: - First, for an application point of view. The lighting design of the "Cour Carrée du Louvre" was the first project in its kind where a new lighting concept and a unique technology were invented and simulated before the in-situ realization. Through this application, it is shown how complex a lighting design can be, not only for a technical point of view by also for an architectural point of view. - Second, from an engineering point of view. Part of this work, contributed to the developpement of the first image systhesis software with which several lighting concepts were tested. The theorical background upon which this software is based as well as its functionalities are described.
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Isabelle Fasse. Simulation d'illumination d'édifices architecturaux en image de synthèse : expérimentations. Autre. Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy 1, 1996. Français. ⟨NNT : 1996NAN10148⟩. ⟨tel-01747244⟩



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