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JEI
2007
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11 years 1 months ago
Testing tone mapping operators with human-perceived reality
Abstract. A number of successful tone mapping operators for contrast compression have been proposed due to the need to visualize high dynamic range (HDR) images on low dynamic rang...
Akiko Yoshida, Volker Blanz, Karol Myszkowski, Han...
IV
2005
IEEE
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11 years 7 months ago
The Naturalness of Reproduced High Dynamic Range Images
The problem of visualizing high dynamic range images on the devices with restricted dynamic range has recently gained a lot of interest in the computer graphics community. Various...
Martin Cadík, Pavel Slavík
VC
2010
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10 years 8 months ago
A high dynamic range rendering pipeline for interactive applications
High Dynamic Range (HDR) rendering has a growing success in video-games and virtual reality applications, as it improves the image quality and the player's immersion feeling....
Josselin Petit, Roland Brémond
AFRIGRAPH
2004
ACM
11 years 7 months ago
A local model of eye adaptation for high dynamic range images
In the real world, the human eye is confronted with a wide range of luminances from bright sunshine to low night light. Our eyes cope with this vast range of intensities by adapta...
Patrick Ledda, Luís Paulo Santos, Alan Chal...
VR
2007
IEEE
153views Virtual Reality» more  VR 2007»
11 years 7 months ago
Joystick mapped Augmented Reality Cues for End-Effector controlled Tele-operated Robots
End-effector control of robots using just remote camera views is difficult due to lack of perceived correspondence between the joysticks and the end-effector coordinate frame. Thi...
Aditya Nawab, Keshav Chintamani, R. Darin Ellis, G...
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