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This problem arises especially in tasks like 3D point cloud data registration, where the data is obtained from hardware like a 3D laser scanner or the popular Kinect device. The solution I’ll be presenting is from the paper ‘A Method for Registration of 3-D Shapes’, by Besl and McKay, 1992.

Unfortunately, that approach isn’t really a mathematical formula – it’s just glorified look-up table interpolation. That might be a reasonable solution under certain circumstances, but when you factor in the additional XYZ -> RGB transformation required, it’s just too slow and overwrought for simple real-time color temperature adjustment.

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