HDRI

AcronymDefinition
HDRIHigh Dynamic Range Image
HDRIHigh Dynamic Range Imaging
HDRIHigh Dynamic Range Radiance Imaging
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The ombudsman said owners and incorporators of both HDRI and FCI are "closely related" to Furigay but the two firms did not submit any affidavits of disclosure of relationships.
'Ombudsman probers found out that respondent Furigay is closely related to the owners and incorporators of HDRI and FCI,' the Ombusman said in a statement on Thursday.
On October 2012, HDRI and FCI refunded the amount of P723,256.00 to the local government.
Jindal Shadeed's adoption of an innovative iron to steel conversion process called Direct Hot Charging, wherein Hot Direct Reduced Iron (HDRI) at around 600-650 degree Celsius temperature is charged directly into Electric Arc Furnace of SMS, thereby lowering energy requirements and increasing efficiency.
The recently proposed second option is the "exposure fusion." The fundamental goal of the exposure fusion is to preserve details in both very dark and extremely bright regions without HDRI representation and tone mapping step.
There are two pieces of equipment, including the spectrophotometer (CM-600D, Konica Minolta) and the optical imaging equipment (OIE), used to make the HDRI.
Bloch, a visual effects artist and photographer, explains high dynamic range imaging (HDRI) for professional image editing to beginning and advanced photographers, 3D artists, compositors, and cinematographers.
The HDRI Handbook 2.0: High Dynamic Range Imaging for Photographers and CG Artists rewrites and substantially revises a classic in the field, and is packed with reference information key to understanding HDRI.
High dynamic range imaging (HDRI) is not new in the lighting world, but a lot of professionals are still not aware of this technology.
Adelaide, Australia, February 27, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Hyperfocal Design releases new High Dynamic Range Image (HDRI) collection, "HDR City Lights." Digital Art developer Hyperfocal Design has developed this HDR collection to be used in studio lighting setups where artists position each HDR light source individually.
We obtained values of daylight glare index (DGI) from luminance maps by means of high dynamic range images (HDRI) [Inanici and Galvin 2004].
Through a number of high-end digital camera features including high dynamic range imaging (HDRI), as well as such video features as Art Camera mode and Full-HD recording, F-04D allows users to enjoy taking beautiful still photos and video.