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HDR Rendering On NVIDIA GPUS

 Thomas J. True
  17th-Oct-2017
Description: Increasing the Luminance Increases the Colorfulness: By increasing luminance, it is possible to show highly saturated colors without using highly saturated RGB color primaries. you can easily see the effect but CIE xy values stay the same. More visual acuity with increased luminance. Simple experiment – look at book page indoors and then walk with a book into sunlight.
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Domain: Electronics
Category: Photo
Contributing Organization: NVIDIA Corporation
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Contents:
HDR RENDERING
ON NVIDIA GPUS
Thomas J. True, May 8, 2017

HDR Overview
Visible Color & Colorspaces
NVIDIA Display Pipeline

AGENDA

Tone Mapping
Programing for HDR
Best Practices
Conclusion
Q&A

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HDR OVERVIEW

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WHAT IS HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE?
HDR is considered a combination of:
• Bright display: 750 cm/m2 minimum, 1000-10,000 cd/m2 highlights
• Deep blacks: Contrast of 50k:1 or better ... See more

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