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Study of Interdependence:
Fancy-color Diamond Appearance, Cut, and Lighting Conditions
Fancy-Color Diamonds:
Better Color Appearance by Optimizing Cut

1 Content
2 Color optimization method
3 Diamond absorption spectra
4 Two representations of colors
5 A good fancy colored diamond should be bright and saturated
6 Color potential of a colored diamond plate
7 DiamCalc ray tracing options and photorealistic images
8 One spectrum different cuts and different lightings
9 Process flow
10 Exploring rough diamond potential
11 Rough allocation example
12 Different allocation plans
13 Automatic color optimization
14 Optimization by color
15 Optimization by contrast
16 Optimization results
17 Computer-aided color optimization
18 Expert considerations
19 The final stage: expert decision
20 Verification of the technology: CZ material
21 Real photos of CZ stones and photorealistic images based on Helium scanned 3d models
22 Verification on fancy shapes CZ
23 Summary
24 More information about diamond cut study technologies
25 Terms of colorimetry science (Hunt, 2004)
26 Acknowledges
27 References
Computer modeling of gemstones for improvement of their color appearance
Visible adsorption spectra and DiamCalc-files of colored gem materials
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DiamCalc Internal Cuts gallery
External Cuts gallery (Dll)
Diamond cuts gallery
 
Fancy-Color Diamonds: Better Color Appearance by Optimizing Cut

Oral Prezentation at IV Gemological Symposium, San Diego, Ca, USA 27-30 Aug 2006

Sergey Sivovolenko, OctoNus Software, Moscow, Russia
Yuri Shelementiev, Diamond Design, Moscow, Russia

  1. Content
  2. Color optimization method
  3. Diamond absorption spectra
  4. Two representations of colors
  5. A good fancy colored diamond should be bright and saturated
  6. Color potential of a colored diamond plate
  7. DiamCalc ray tracing options and photorealistic images
  8. One spectrum different cuts and different lightings
  9. Process flow
  10. Exploring rough diamond potential
  11. Rough allocation example
  12. Different allocation plans
  13. Automatic color optimization
  14. Optimization by color
  15. Optimization by contrast
  16. Optimization results
  17. Computer-aided color optimization
  18. Expert considerations
  19. The final stage: expert decision
  20. Verification of the technology: CZ material
  21. Real photos of CZ stones and photorealistic images based on Helium scanned 3d models
  22. Verification on fancy shapes CZ
  23. Summary
  24. More information about diamond cut study technologies
  25. Terms of colorimetry science (Hunt, 2004)
  26. Acknowledges
  27. References

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