Erik Reinhard, Technicolor Research and Innovation, Rennes, France
Simulating High Brightness on Standard Dynamic Range Screens
June 19th, 2018, 12:30pm CET,
Room: Science Park Building 3, Room 063
High dynamic range (HDR) imaging offers an enhanced visual experience, but may require display hardware that uses more power than standard dynamic range (SDR) displays. This is undesirable from an environmental point of view. In mobile applications such display hardware may put extra demands on battery performance. Instead, we ask ourselves whether the visual experience associated with HDR displays can be simulated on SDR displays without incurring extra costs in terms of power consumption.
About the Speaker:
Erik Reinhard is Distinguished Scientist at Technicolor R&I since July 2013 prior to holding various academic positions at universities and research institutes in Europe and North America. He was founder and editor-in-chief of ACM Transactions on Applied Perception, and authored books on high dynamic range imaging, color imaging, computer graphics and natural image statistics. He enjoys research that spans different disciplines, including color science, high dynamic range imaging and human visual perception. He has published more than 100 papers in these areas, and was member of more than 50 program committees. He was program co-chair of 6 conferences and workshops, including the Eurographics Symposium on Rendering 2011. He delivered key notes at Eurographics 2010, the Computational Color Imaging Workshop 2011, and the IS\&T European Conference on Colour in Graphics, Imaging and Vision 2012. He has been a speaker in more than 15 courses and tutorials, of which 10 were delivered at SIGGRAPH.