3D Printing Technology has seen some remarkable improvements over the past years. Still, for many applications, 3D printing is not amenable since the reproduction of surface optical properties is not accurate. In this talk, I will summarize our recent results in using commercial printers to reproduce complex spatially-varying appearance. I will show that by solving complex computational problems we can reproduce the appearance of a variety of natural and man-made materials, from scratched metals to wood, from jade and marble to salmon meat.
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