'Real vs. Fake' Scene
This scene demonstrates comparisons between real and fake fruits, real and fake flowers and full-fat milk and skim milk. Can you guess which are real and which are fake? Which is full-fat milk and which is skim milk? Real and fake materials exhibit different amounts of translucencies. Also, skimmed milk is more translucent as compared to full-fat milk. Click on images for high-resolution versions.
Depth Recovery
Direct-Global Separation

Direct Component
Global Component
Depth Map using multiple focal planes (Section 5.1).
Depth Map using two focal planes (Section 5.2).
Depth Map using one focal planes [23]. More translucent a material is, more the bias in the recovered depths using this method. For example, the right glass contains the more translucent skimmed milk - resulting in a larger bias. Similarly, the right lemon is real and more translucent than the fake lemon. Our techniques account for global illumination to produce the correct depths maps.
Separation using multiple focal planes (Section 6.1).