The new HDR cores can handle up to three exposure images and the dynamic range can handle up to 120dB.
A demo board has been developed using the Xilinx Kintex 7 board and Sony 3-DOL IMX290 HDR sensor.
Demo videos shot using this demo system are available at the following link:
The newly developed three exposure HDR core provides a higher dynamic range than the previously developed two exposure HDR core.
In particular, the noise level generated by HDR signal processing has improved considerably.
The developed HDR core can support HDR sensors from Sony, On Semiconductor and Omnivision.
The developed core can be used for ADAS, Autonomous vehicle and Security camera which require HDR sensor.
Features of HDR ISP core:
Support HDR image sensor of Sony, On Semiconductor and Omnivsion, etc.
HDR processing for two/three Multiple exposure images and HDR bayer image
Lens Shading Correction
High quality interpolation
3D Motion Adaptive noise reduction and 2D noise reduction
WDR (Shadow/Highlight compensation, back light compensation)
2D edge enhancement
support AE, AWB and AF
Saturation, contrast and brightness control
Support special images (sepia, negative, solarization)