Television – Camera – system and detail – Optics
A method of adjusting exposure of a digital camera based on range information, including a digital camera capturing a first digital image at a selected exposure of a scene having objects; providing range information having two or more range values indicating the distance from the digital camera to objects in the scene; using the range information and pixel values of the captured digital image to determine an exposure adjustment amount for the selected exposure; and applying the exposure adjustment amount to the digital image to produce a second digital image with adjusted exposure.
patent: 4945406 (1990-07-01), Cok
patent: 5189460 (1993-02-01), Hayakawa
patent: 5471987 (1995-12-01), Nakazawa et al.
patent: 6215961 (2001-04-01), Mukai et al.
patent: 6438264 (2002-08-01), Gallagher et al.
patent: 6507665 (2003-01-01), Cahill et al.
patent: 6693673 (2004-02-01), Tanaka et al.
patent: 6717698 (2004-04-01), Lee
patent: 6728416 (2004-04-01), Gallagher
patent: 6931131 (2005-08-01), Becker, Jr. et al.
patent: 2004/0096103 (2004-05-01), Gallagher et al.
patent: 2005/0157204 (2005-07-01), Marks
patent: 1 102 210 (2001-05-01), None
patent: 1 209 621 (2002-05-01), None
patent: WO 96/14621 (1996-05-01), None
Jones et al, Fast Multi-view Face Detection, IEEE Conf. on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), Jun. 2003.
Harley and Zisserman in “Multiple View Geometry”, pp. 13-14, 2000.
Cahill Nathan D.
Gallagher Andrew C.
Gindele Edward B.
Ray Lawrence A.
Berhan Ahmed A
Eastman Kodak Company
Ometz David L
Owens Raymond L.
Adjusting digital image exposure and tone scale does not yet have a rating. At this time, there are no reviews or comments for this patent.If you have personal experience with Adjusting digital image exposure and tone scale, we encourage you to share that experience with our LandOfFree.com community. Your opinion is very important and Adjusting digital image exposure and tone scale will most certainly appreciate the feedback.
Profile ID: LFUS-PAI-O-4175604