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By Bernd Hoefflinger

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Developing high-fidelity photographs of our global has been a continual problem, whilst our realizing - and talents have advanced. the purchase and mapping of the wealthy and complicated content material of visible info rank excessive one of the such a lot hard technical projects. Now digital picture sensors can checklist a dynamic diversity from brilliant to darkish of greater than seven orders of importance, hence exceeding the facility of a human eye by means of greater than 100 instances - and showing 5 orders of importance in brightness, - ensuing - in CRT and liquid crystal display monitors - with greater than 100-fold development. this primary accomplished account of high-dynamic-range (HDR) imaginative and prescient - focusses on HDR real-time, high-speed electronic video recording and in addition systematically offers HDR video transmission and show. the facility of the eye-like, logarithmic optoelectronic conversion inspiration is proven in machine-vision, clinical, automobile, surveillance and cinematic purposes, and it's prolonged to HDR sub-retinal implants for the imaginative and prescient impaired. whereas the e-book - conveys the general photo of HDR imaginative and prescient, - particular wisdom of microelectronics and snapshot processing isn't required. - It offers a quantitative precis of the key matters to permit the evaluate of the cutting-edge and a glimpse at destiny advancements. chosen specialists percentage their information and expectancies during this swiftly evolving paintings similar - to the one strongest - of our senses.

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1. 45 2 The High-Dynamic-Range Sensor (a) 17 OECF 700 y=100*In(1+x) Digital Output y (DN) 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 10−2 10−1 100 101 102 103 Optical Intensity x (b) CSF 102 Contrast Sensitivity ∆C (%) ∆C = (1+x)/(100*x) 101 100 10−1 10−2 10−1 100 101 102 103 Optical Intensity x Fig. 3. (a) OECF of a natural eye-like image sensor. (b) CSF of a natural eye-like image sensor 18 B. Hoefflinger and V. Schneider Obviously, for x sufficiently larger than 1, we obtain the constant value 1/a. At x = 1, ∆C increases to 2/a.

At the end of this reset, again gate and drain of log transistor T1 are returned to their standard HDRC voltage SVDD. All pixels start with an initially high pull-up current provided by T1.

For a transition from 10 mlx to 10 lx the settling time for Vlog is much less than one frame time. For a step-function change from bright to dark, the pixel capacitor has to be charged to a higher voltage. Initially, the gate-source voltage is fairly large and, consequently, sufficient pull-up current is delivered by transistor T1. However, as Vlog rises, VGS decreases and, consequently, the pull-up current decreases exponentially resulting in an ever slower rise of Vlog. 33 shows Vlog versus time for this case and it is evident that the pixel does not obtain its stationary dark-level voltage within one frame.

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