Light Field & High-Dynamic-Range Imaging

Tuesday, 7 August
10:30 am - 12:15 pm
Room 6CF
Session Chair/Discussant: Sing Bing Kang, Microsoft Research

Veiling Glare in High-Dynamic-Range Imaging

Veiling glare limits the dynamic range that can be captured by high-dynamic-range imaging techniques. This method removes glare using a high-frequency mask to reduce noise and increase dynamic range.

Eino-Ville Talvala
Andrew Adams
Mark Horowitz
Marc Levoy
Stanford University

Do HDR Displays Support LDR Content? A Psychophysical Evaluation

A set of psychophysical experiments compared high-dynamic-range tone-mapping and conventional imaging pipelines, and set guidelines to optimally display eight-bit legacy imagery on HDR display systems.

Ahmet Oguz Akyuz
University of Central Florida

Erik Reinhard
University of Bristol

Roland Fleming
Bernhard E. Riecke
Heinrich H. Bülthoff
Max-Planck-Institut für biologische Kybernetik

Ldr2Hdr: On-the-Fly Reverse Tone Mapping of Legacy Video and Photographs

A method for on-the-fly boosting of the dynamic range of legacy video for viewing on high-dynamic-range displays.

Allan G. Rempel
Matthew Trentacoste
The University of British Columbia

Helge Seetzen
The University of British Columbia and Brightside Technologies

H. David Young
Wolfgang Heidrich
Lorne Whitehead
The University of British Columbia

Greg Ward
Brightside Technologies

Rendering for an Interactive 360-Degree Light Field Display

An autostereoscopic light field display using commodity graphics and projector hardware. It displays interactive 3D graphics or photographic 3D images with correct horizontal perspective and tracked vertical parallax.

Andrew Jones
USC Institute for Creative Technologies

Ian McDowall
Fakespace Labs

Hideshi Yamada
Sony Corporation

Mark Bolas
USC School of Cinematic Arts

Paul Debevec
USC Institute for Creative Technologies