Specular highlight

The bright spot of light that appears on shiny objects when illuminated.

A specular highlight is the bright spot of light that appears on shiny objects when illuminated (for example, see image on right). Specular highlights are important in 3D computer graphics, as they provide a strong visual cue for the shape of an object and its location with respect to light sources in the scene.

Specular highlight
  • Real-time Specular Highlight Removal Using Bilateral Filtering on illinois.edu
  • Real-Time High-Quality Specular Highlight Removal Using Efficient Pixel Clustering on github.com
  • Cross Polarization Tutorial: Removing Specular Highlights and Reflections on youtube.com
  • Taming Specular Highlights in Product Shoots on youtube.com
  • Controlling Specular Highlights - with bonus DIY cross-polarization kit on youtube.com
Adapted from content published on wikipedia.org
  • Image By The original uploader was Reedbeta at English Wikipedia. - Transferred from en.wikipedia to Commons., CC BY-SA 3.0 — from wikimedia.org
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