“Efficient, High Brightness, High Dynamic Range Projection” by Damberg, Ballestad, Kozak, Kumaran and Minor

  • ©Gerwin Damberg, Anders Ballestad, Eric Kozak, Raveen Kumaran, and Johannes Minor

  • ©Gerwin Damberg, Anders Ballestad, Eric Kozak, Raveen Kumaran, and Johannes Minor

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    Efficient, High Brightness, High Dynamic Range Projection

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    Projection is a popular form of imaging but suffers from dim peak light levels and poor contrast, limiting effective use to dark and controlled viewing environments like the cinema (Figure 1). We introduce a novel High Dynamic Range (HDR) projection technique that achieves both dark black levels and very bright peak luminance in an energy and cost efficient implementation.

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    DAMBERG, G., SEETZEN, H., WARD, G., HEIDRICH, W., AND WHITEHEAD, L. 2007. 3.2: High dynamic range projection systems. In SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers, vol. 38, 4–7.

    HOSKINSON, R., STOEBER, B., HEIDRICH, W., AND FELS, S. 2010. Light reallocation for high contrast projection. ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) 29, 6, 165.

    REINHARD, E., POULI, T., KUNKEL, T., LONG, B., BALLESTAD, A., AND DAMBERG, G. 2012. Calibrated image appearance reproduction. ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) 31, 6, 201.


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