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30 May 2002 Capturing a black cat in shade: the past and present of Retinex color appearance models
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Proceedings Volume 4662, Human Vision and Electronic Imaging VII; (2002) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.469530
Event: Electronic Imaging, 2002, San Jose, California, United States
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As a part of the Symposium 'Retinex at 40', this paper recounts the research on capturing real-life scenes, calculating appearances and rendering sensations on film, and other limited dynamic-range media. It describes: the first patents, a hardware display used in Land's Ives Medal Address in 1968, the first computer simulations using 20 by 24 pixel arrays, psychophysical experiments and computational models of color constancy and dynamic range compression and the Frankle-McCann computationally efficient Retinex image processing of 512 by 512 images. It will include several modifications of the approach including recent modifications and gamut-mapping applications. This paper emphasizes the need for parallel studies of psychophysical measurements of human vision and computational models of imaging systems.
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John J. McCann "Capturing a black cat in shade: the past and present of Retinex color appearance models", Proc. SPIE 4662, Human Vision and Electronic Imaging VII, (30 May 2002); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.469530
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