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HDRI

The human eye has the capability of seeing a wide range of luminances in any single gaze. This is because the eye is continually re-focussing as it sweeps the scene. High dynamic range imaging or HDRI or HDI, is exactly the same principle, applied to photography, or synthetic environments. Many different render passes, or photographs with different exposure times are taken, and combined into a single image of crystal clarity, far more realistic than a camera is capable of taking in any single frame.

These images are often then used to generate digital luminosity maps, that are translated directly into synthetic environments to guide lighting levels.

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High Dynamic Range Imaging



 

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(01/03/2007)
(Press Release) LightWork Design, supplier of rendering solutions for developers of advanced 3D computer graphics software, is pleased to announce their collaboration with CoCreate Software Inc., developers of the CoCreate OneSpace Modelin...


(04/10/2006)
(Press Release) ICEM, a specialist in surface modeling, surface model validation and design visualization software, has announced the forthcoming availability of version 4.6 of it's design and modeling software suite, ICEM Surf.


(26/07/2008)
Caligari have released Truespace 7.6 free to the public.

It should be noted that in order to qualify for the free product, there is a substantial form-filling in process, which includes a substantial amount of personal infor...