Yongqing Huo

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The mismatch between the Low Dynamic Range (LDR) content and the High Dynamic Range (HDR) display arouses the research on inverse tone mapping algorithms. In this paper, we present a physiological inverse tone mapping algorithm inspired by the property of the Human Visual System (HVS). It first imitates the retina response and deduce it to be local(More)
The development of high dynamic range (HDR) display arouses the research of inverse tone mapping methods, which expand dynamic range of the low dynamic range (LDR) image to match that of HDR monitor. This paper proposed a novel physiological approach, which could avoid artifacts occurred in most existing algorithms. Inspired by the property of the human(More)
With its excellent performance, the High Dynamic Range (HDR) display becomes more and more popular in many fields. As its availability and upcoming rapid development, the large amount of Low Dynamic Range (LDR) images needs to be expanded to benefit the advantages of HDR display. This urges the research of inverse tone mapping. In this paper, we propose a(More)
HDR imaging is becoming increasingly popular in several areas, but most of current photography is still captured with single exposures and most of the display devices commercially available nowadays are not able to display HDR content. To capture/display single exposure image is easier than capture/display HDR image, why we capture HDR images laborious and(More)
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