New HDR technology available photos will no longer be the fuzzy white

  

New HDR technology available, photos will no longer be the fuzzy white

 

  I believe many people will encounter photo, because white overexposed photos. This problem even if you adjust the exposure value or rely on HDR is not a good solution. For example, we shot a photo of the sky is bright, in the General case, results of shooting or explosions in the sky, or underexposure on the ground.

  According to foreign media reports, the MIT Media Lab are developing a Modulo new HDR technology based cameras to help solve the problem of too much exposure.

  IPhone supports HDR technology. However, the last HDR technology using multiple exposure different photos to capture the broader dynamic range, so as to decide on the most suitable one. But as we all know, when the light is too strong, it is always hard to get a perfect photo, they more or less have some shortcomings. Because, when the light goes out when the camera’s sensor range, the sensor will become saturated, fuzzy white photo.

  

New HDR technology available, photos will no longer be the fuzzy white

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  MIT’s Modulo camera abandoned the traditional approach, want to achieve on a photo more accurate exposure. According to the recently published paper, Modulo camera capable of light reaches the sensor CAP, light data is recalculated to prevent too much light. In this way, the camera’s light sensor is successfully received exceeded the maximum level of light (that is, unlimited HDR).

  Simply put, new HDR technology is by resetting the sensor light data principles, solve the problem of too much exposure. At present, the Massachusetts Institute of technology are testing this new technology.

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