Contributions to Proceedings:
A. Mahdavi, C. Tsiopoulou, B. Spasojevic:
"Generation of detailed sky luminance maps via calibrated digital imaging";
in: "BauSIM2006 (IBPSA) "Energieeffizienz von Gebäuden und Behaglichkeit in Räumen"",
R. Koenigsdorff, C. van Treeck (ed.);
Eigenverlag TU München,
Reliable prediction of daylight availability in indoor environments via computational simulation requires detailed and accurate sky luminance models. Sky luminance mapping via digital imaging can provide an alternative to high-end research-level sky scanners and thus support the provision of information on sky luminance distribution patterns on a more pervasive basis. In this paper, we compare veriously calibrated sky luminance data derived from real-time digital sky images to photometric measurements. Subsequently we compare the application of a digitally derived sky model with other sky models toward the prediciton of illuminance levels in a room.
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