Usage of material properties of 3D objects for an improved illumination by high-definition matrix headlights

The contribution at hand presents a novel algorithm to improve visual perception for humans and machine vision algorithms by virtually adjusting the illumination of high-definition (HD) matrix headlights as a function of different material properties in the environment, such that each material can be illuminated with a different illumination intensity. Since the material properties affect the visual perception of objects, this approach allows the attention of human drivers and other human traffic participants to be focused on selected areas or significantly increase the detection quality for machine vision algorithms in the case of automated driving, while it is possible to save energy at the same time.


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