We present a novel method for rendering aerial images using retroreflective particles. Retro-reflective particles are composed of glass beads that are half-coated with mirror films. They reflect light in different directions without any significant reduction in brightness because the falling particles can rotate in all directions. We evaluate the proposed method through a comparison with conventional aerial screens, such as fog and gas.
Shinnosuke Ando, Kazuki Otao, Yoichi Ochiai
安藤真之介, 大峠和基, 落合陽一
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