Katz, S. D.
June 2004
Millimeter;Jun2004, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p85
Trade Publication
Introduces the two of the newest hot-button visual effects technologies, High Dynamic Range Imaging and Image-Based Lighting. Specifications of the technologies; Applications; Distinct features. INSETS: BIT DEPTH;TONE MAPPING STRATEGIES.


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