|[Files] HDRIview for MorphOS||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 25-Jan-2004 11:06 GMT by Grzesiek||4 comments|
High Dynamic Range Images viewer is available for MorphOS. Software can be downloaded here. Here you can read what HDRI is and also get some images in this format.
|HDRIview for MorphOS : Comment 1 of 4||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Don Cox on 25-Jan-2004 10:28 GMT|
|This is a Good Thing.|
Images with more than 8 bits per colour (ie traditional 24-bit) are getting quite common in serious work. For example, Lightwave can now work with 32 bits per channel. This allows a lot of leeway for correcting over or under exposure, and avoids any overflow in calculations and any risk of banding after images have been adjusted.
|HDRIview for MorphOS : Comment 2 of 4||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Emeric SH on 26-Jan-2004 07:41 GMT|
|Been there, downloaded, works. :) Nice.|
|HDRIview for MorphOS : Comment 3 of 4||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Anonymous on 26-Jan-2004 19:30 GMT|
|Are these to be used with NASA Mars pics?|
|HDRIview for MorphOS : Comment 4 of 4||ANN.lu|
|Posted by pixie on 27-Jan-2004 10:49 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):|
I suppose not, HDR images usage is mainly to simulate radiosity in 3D programs, as final image they are too big and present no better image quality, what they have though is information of how many ligh come from that image, like showing that the 50W bulb white is less white then a 100W one (obviously).
Now if they could go the source of it and ask Debevec to port some of his work to MorphOS, that would be something!
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