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Automatic scene relighting for video conferencing

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Automatic scene relighting for video conferencing
This paper describes a new method to automatically improve scene lighting for video conferencing by learning the photometric mapping between a lower exposure and desired exposure created using High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging techniques. Once the mapping is learned in a calibration step, it can be used to transform all subsequent images, effectively producing higher dynamic range video without ghosting artifacts. A stereo algorithm is also described that allows multiple exposures to be taken at every frame, useful if the lighting of a scene changes significantly. Results show that this is an effective way to improve face lighting and therefore the overall experience of video conferencing.
Stephen Mangiat, Jerry Gibson
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Type Journal
Year 2009
Where ICIP
Authors Stephen Mangiat, Jerry Gibson
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