Real-world scenes often have a very high dynamic range (HDR) that exceeds the dynamic range of the image sensor. The captured images result in the loss of detail in bright or dark areas.
HDR core compensates for this loss of detail by capturing multiple exposure images at different exposure levels. High dynamic range image (Radiance Map image) is produced by combining multiple exposure images.
HDR core uses motion detection and compensation algorithms to prevent ghost image. High dynamic range image is compressed to the available range of the display device by tone mapping. HDR core produces realistic and local contrast preserved image by our unique tone mapping algorithm.
|Combine two or three multiple exposure images
|Support 120dB HDR
|Support Staggered based, Dual conversion gain and Split pixel HDR Sensors such as IMX585, IMX290, OV10640, etc.
|Support non-HDR (general) sensors by Frame based HDR processing
|Prevent ghost image by motion detection and motion compensation
|Minimized ghost images and Reduced noises at low light condition
|Generate realistic and local contrast preserved image by unique tone mapping