com)-- Hyperfocal Design releases new High Dynamic Range Image (HDRI) collection, "HDR City Lights.
What does HDRI stand for?
HDRI stands for High Dynamic Range Image
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It's a high dynamic range image which means I set up five frames with different light exposures, so I had to find the perfect moments.
YPRES, Belgium, February 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Melexis launches the MLX75411 "Avocet" High Dynamic Range image sensor.
Building on over 15 years of CG innovation, the Germany-based company offers customers in North America a simple way to quickly locate and purchase royalty-free 3D models, textures, audio, movie and animated environment clips as well as state of the art high dynamic range image (HDRI) environment maps from locations all over the world.
Using Render[in] users will have the ability to compose final scenes, set up sophisticated lighting using High Dynamic Range images, generate soft shadows, reflected light, refractive materials and more.
High Dynamic Range Images (HDRI) can easily be used in Pro/ENGINEER to generate lighting, reflections and backgrounds, producing visually stunning results every time without the need to spend time manipulating light sources.
5, visual effects artists can selectively choose which operations process at 8-, 16-, or 32- bit floating color bit-depth, allowing high dynamic range images to be composited with greater fidelity while still maintaining high performance.
1 include Advanced Terrain Editing via customizable Image Based Brushes, and renders with greater vibrancy and realism through Image Based Lighting (IBL) with support for High Dynamic Range Images (HDRI).