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HDR

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Health Data Repository 
heparin dose response
high-dose radiation
high dose rate
Hospital Discharge Register
Hospital Discharge Registry
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Although the "Avocet" image sensor was originally designed for automotive front-view applications, the current demand for higher quality rear-view and surround view systems will also benefit from this high dynamic range.
Projects will be graded to the HDR specifications set forth by the UHD Alliance, a global coalition of leading film studios, consumer electronics manufacturers, content distributors and technology companies that have aligned to define the next generation premium UHD experiences including high dynamic range, wide color gamut, high frame rates and advanced audio.
4K is here today, and Colorfront systems can support handling RAW footage from the latest generation of digital cinematography cameras, processing on the fly, at full resolution, in high dynamic range even at high framerates.
About Everimaging Everimaging was founded in 2009 and is now a world leader in high dynamic range (HDR) digital imaging research.
These image sensors deliver exceptionally clear, high dynamic range and low-noise color images in HD format under the most challenging lighting conditions, making them front-runners for next-generation automotive applications.
Apical ISPs of course leverage our industry-leading high dynamic range technology but I am equally satisfied that we have been able to combine this with state-of-the-art noise reduction, color management and other key elements to obtain the best possible images under the widest range of conditions, from high contrast to low light.
High Dynamic Range - High dynamic range is an increasingly important feature for the automotive industry's forward-looking applications like lane-departure warning, adaptive headlights, and adaptive cruise control.
Efforts are aimed at creating HDR video camera and recording system prototypes to demonstrate real-time HDR capturing and video compression based on XDepth High Dynamic Range video technologies.
presents the world's first commercially available and backward-compatible High Dynamic Range Video compression technology
Another important feature for webcam and camera phone applications is a high dynamic range, which ensures the user a high-quality picture or video in various lighting conditions.
XDepth is a revolutionary digital imaging technology bringing High-Depth and High Dynamic Range features to the general public at no cost.
The Xilinx FPGA chipset enables the timely implementation of Dolby's complex high dynamic range algorithms for next generation LCD televisions with LED backlighting technology," said Guido Voltolina, director, Image Technology, Dolby Laboratories.

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