HDR

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HDRHigh Dynamic Range
HDRHigh Dose Rate
HDRHeader
HDRHerr der Ringe (German: Lord of the Rings)
HDRHeavy Duty Rotary (machine tool)
HDRHickory Daily Record (Hickory, NC)
HDRHigh Data Rate
HDRHigher Degree Research (education)
HDRHigh Definition Resource
HDRHard Disk Recorder
HDRHigh Definition Range
HDRHost Data Replicator
HDRHigh Definition Rendering
HDRHigh Definition Recording
HDRHot Dry Rock
HDRHabilitations à Diriger des Recherches (French: Accreditation to Supervise Research; various universities)
HDRHigh Definition Radio
HDRHumanitarian Daily Ration
HDRHealth Data Repository
HDRHeavy Duty Repairman
HDRHigh-Definition Rendering
HDRHenningson Durham and Richardson (Architecture and Engineering Firm)
HDRHuman Dimensions Research
HDRHeissdampfreaktor (German: Hot Steam Reactor)
HDRHuman Development Resources
HDRHyper Dimensional Resonator
HDRHome Dockyard Regulations (US Navy)
HDRHard Drive Restore
HDRHighly Dent Resistant (trasnportation feature)
HDRHigh Desert Roundup (California)
HDRHelp Desk Request
HDRHigh Dose Remote Afterloading
HDRHuman Developments Report
HDRHardware Design Review
HDRHistorical Data Record
HDRHardware Development Requirements
HDRHemispherical Dielectric Resonator
HDRHalf-sized Diazo Reproducible drawing
HDRHybrid Detail Record
HDRHost Data Replication (SNA Server)
HDRHalf-Duplex Relay
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Sony's new live production switcher, the XVS-9000, is designed to address the demands of advanced 4K and HD productions in the rise of High Dynamic Range (HDR) content.
High dynamic range balances the picture so that both the inside of the room and the detail outside are visible.
NBC Olympics, a division of the NBC Sports Group, has selected SES to provide 4K High Dynamic Range (HDR) satellite distribution for its production of the XXIII Olympic Winter Games, which take place in PyeongChang, South Korea, from February 8 - February 25, the company said.
Travelxp 4K is also one of the first networks in the world to broadcast in High Dynamic Range, a feature that provides better contrast and greatly improves the viewer experience.
Renesas plans to work with camera module manufacturers to supply camera modules with a variety of features such as autofocus functions, HDR (high dynamic range) functions, wide-area monitoring functions, and vibration reduction (image stabilization) functions.
In addition, iTunes Store users recently spotted updates to their purchase histories that mention if movies have 4K or high dynamic range support.
One of the ways to bypass this problem is through HDR (High Dynamic Range) images [17].
Single image-based ghost-free high dynamic range imaging using local histogram stretching and spatially-adaptive denoising.
One often neglected factor is the problem that high dynamic range scenes cause.
All 2016 SUHD TVs now have 1000 high dynamic range (HDR) technology, with a maximum brightness of 1,000 nit, providing detailed images from a vivid color range, even when watching in bright daytime conditions.
[USPRwire, Tue Apr 12 2016] High Dynamic Range Market by Product (Capturing Device (Smartphone, Camera)), (Display Device (Television, Blu-Ray Players, Set-Top Boxes, Projectors, Laptops & Tablets)), Application (Entertainment, Consumer, Security & Surveillance), Geography - Forecast to 2022
LG's 2016 OLED TV sets that will be made available in the region by the second quarter have the latest display technologies, including high dynamic range (HDR) with both HDR and Dolby Vision, claiming to be the first of their kind with both formats.
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