The computer graphics group at Bristol focuses on inter-disciplinary research spanning various areas of study, including rendering, high dynamic range imaging, visual perception, computational photography, and colour science. Our projects involve all three components of image synthesis, namely modeling, rendering, and display, although the emphasis is on the latter two. We have active projects in selective rendering, modeling and rendering participating media, cross-modal research, high dynamic range imaging, colour science, image-based material editing, and creative tools for material design.
Given the inter-disciplinary nature of our work, we particularly welcome collaborations with universities, institutes and companies. We currently have collaborations with the University of Central Florida, the University of Manchester, the University of Utah, the University of Zaragoza, the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, INRIA-IRISA, Dolby, Anyhere Software, and Apple Computer.