Gregory Ward Larson


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  • SIGGRAPH 1998

    Gregory Ward Larson is a member of the technical staff in the engineering division of Silicon Graphics Inc.. Previously he was a staff scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He graduated With an A B in Physics in 1983 from the University of California at Berkeley and earned his Master’s in Computer Science from San Francisco State University in 1985. His professional interests include digital photography and image standards, physically based rendering global and local illumination, luminaire simulation electronic data standards, and lighting related energy and environmental conservation issues. Greg has published numerous papers in computer graphics (including four SIGGRAPH papers) and illumination engineering. He is the primary author of the Widely used Radiance system for the analysis and visualization of lighting in design and author of Rendering with Radiance from Morgan Kaufmann. He is also the inventor of an imaging gonioreflectometer for the measurement of reflectance of architectural materials and the developer of the Materials and Geometry Format for lighting information exchange.  

     


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