Thursday, March 19, 2009

l dynamic range correction

Feature: Apical dynamic range interview: Digital Photography Review: "At its most simple, what our algorithms do is called dynamic range compression - trying to render extremes of light and dark in the way that the human eye would interpret them,' he explains. As it turns out, the company's starting point was human vision, rather than digital imaging: it was originally spun-out from a research group working on modeling biological imaging systems. 'The human eye is highly adaptive to light, and is able to interpret great extremes of light and dark,' says Tusch: 'The main thrust of that work was developing algorithms that could model the human visual system and the researchers realized that some aspects of that could be applied to digital image processing.'"


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