Improved Image Selection for Stack-Based HDR Imaging

19 Jun 2018Peter van Beek

Stack-based high dynamic range (HDR) imaging is a technique for achieving a larger dynamic range in an image by combining several low dynamic range images acquired at different exposures. Minimizing the set of images to combine, while ensuring that the resulting HDR image fully captures the scene's irradiance, is important to avoid long image acquisition and post-processing times... (read more)

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