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Superimposing dynamic range

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Superimposing dynamic range
Replacing a uniform illumination by a high-frequent illumination enhances the contrast of observed and captured images. We modulate spatially and temporally multiplexed (projected) light with reflective or transmissive matter to achieve high dynamic range visualizations of radiological images on printed paper or ePaper, and to boost the optical contrast of images viewed or imaged with light microscopes. Categories and Subject Descriptors (according to ACM CCS): I.3.3 [COMPUTER GRAPHICS]: Picture/Image GenerationDisplay algorithms; I.4.0 [IMAGE PROCESSING AND COMPUTER VISION]: GeneralImage displays; I.4.1 [IMAGE PROCESSING AND COMPUTER VISION]: Digitization and Image Capture;
Oliver Bimber, Daisuke Iwai
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where TOG
Authors Oliver Bimber, Daisuke Iwai
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