Monday, July 11, 2011

NIT Demos LOG Color Tone Mapping Algorithms

New Imaging Technologies (NIT) released Youtube video showing its new tone mapping algorithms applied to LOG sensor:



Thanks to P.P. for sending me the link!

11 comments:

  1. Impressive color for HDR scene.

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  2. Ok, maybe it is just me, but I fail to see the point. If they illuminated a color chart with the big light and the colors stayed constant as the light level changed, (except for white-point variation, of course) then it would seem to demonstrate something.

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  3. Dave, we have already demonstrated this before:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNgaXLlhqIw

    -yang ni

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  4. But the color hue change on the flat walls is terrible. This is not an acceptable quality.

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  5. what is toshiba sensor please?

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  6. Just a spam managed to pass through the spam filter. I've just removed it.

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  7. Christian BouvierJuly 12, 2011 at 5:46 PM

    In response to the post of Dave Gilblom, we have performed the suggested test with the same setup.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QME0ltCoLus&hd=1

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  8. This scene identical to those in Fillfactory's IBIS literature. I believe they are now Cypress. There was an issue in color balance for the HDR images with the FF ne-Cypress
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  9. Christian, I don't mean to be a pain, but can you put one chart in the low level area and one with the bright light on it to show that the color is reasonably comparable in both regions in the same image. The illuminance ratio should be about 1000:1 at the chart.

    The new demo is quite good.

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