“Real-time adaptive radiometric compensation” by Grundhöfer and Bimber

  • ©Anselm Grundhöfer and Oliver Bimber




    Real-time adaptive radiometric compensation



    We present a real-time algorithm for dynamically adjusting radiometric compensation depending on the image content. This reduces the perception of clipping errors by simultaneously preserving a maximum of luminance and contrast. The algorithm is implemented entirely on the GPU and runs in real-time.


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