High Dynamic Range Imaging: The next step in visual entertainmentSpeaker: Erik Reinhard – Bazouges Sous Hede, France
Topic(s): Graphics and Computer-Aided Design
AbstractDigital imaging began in the late sixties, and one can argue that high dynamic range (HDR) imaging in the digital domain started at that exact same moment. Fifty years later, the research has moved from academia to industry, and the fruits of this labor are beginning to be visible: televisions are marketed as being HDR, content is being produced in HDR, and broadcasting in HDR is starting. But is HDR as we will soon have it in our homes the same as the HDR researchers have been dreaming of for decades? Presented here is a story of trial and error, of successes and failures, and of hits and misses.
About this LectureNumber of Slides: 45
Duration: 45 minutes
Languages Available: English
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