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Volume: 21 | Article ID: art00042
High Dynamic Range imaging: is the game worth the candle?
  DOI :  10.2352/CIC.2013.21.1.art00042  Published OnlineJanuary 2013

High dynamic range imaging (HDRi) is a technology concerned with representing a range of luminances larger than state of the art displays and closer to luminance ranges occuring in natural scenes. We investigate whether the approach of evaluating a dynamic range by the number of just noticeable differences contained within does make sense in a HDRi workflow.We found that disturbing effects of neighboring luminances were hardly perceivable on a standard dynamic range display if the background luminance exceeds 5 cd=m2.

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Dennis Kuepper, Zofia Barańczuk, Ursina Caluori, Iris Sprow, Matthias Scheller Lichtenauer, Klaus Simon, Peter Zolliker, "High Dynamic Range imaging: is the game worth the candle?in Proc. IS&T 21st Color and Imaging Conf.,  2013,  pp 231 - 235,

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