Sketches & Applications
 
     
High Dynamic Range & Tone Mapping

Wednesday, 30 July 2003
3:45 - 5:30 pm
Room 16 A-B

Session Chair: Greg Ward, Anyhere Software

Perceptual Evaluation of Tone-Mapping Operators
A perceptual comparison of six tone-mapping techniques and a proposed ideal point on which future algorithms might be based.

Frederic Drago
Iwate University
frederic@cis.iwate-u.ac.jp

William L. Martens
Aizu University

Karol Myszkowski
Hans-Peter Seidel
MPI Informatik


Shadow Removal From a Real Picture
Introducing an algorithm that removes shadows from real pictures.

Masashi Baba
Naoki Asada
Hiroshima City University
baba@its.hiroshima-cu.ac.jp


Local Adaptation Luminance via Segmentation and Assimilation
A novel method for computing local-adaptation luminance that can be used with several different visual-adaptation-based, tone-reproduction operators for displaying high-dynamic-range images.

Yangli Hector Yee
PDI/DreamWorks
yeehector@hotmail.com

Sumanta Pattanaik
University of Central Florida


OpenEXR Image File Format
Industrial Light + Magic has recently developed a publicly available image-file format called OpenEXR. This sketch describes the technical decisions and presents the advantages of the new format.

Rod Bogart
Florian Kainz
Drew Hess
Industrial Light + Magic
rgb@ilm.com




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