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Enhancing Dynamic Ranges Of Images

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6 patent documents cite US 2009/0034867 A1

  1. US 2010/0239187 A1 (Sep 23, 2010)
    Method For Up-sampling Depth Images
  2. WO 2010/132237 A1 (Nov 18, 2010)
    Light Detection, Color Appearance Models, And Modifying Dynamic Range For Image Display
  3. WO 2011/160225 A1 (Dec 29, 2011)
    A Method For Downsampling Images
  4. US 8189943 B2 (May 29, 2012)
    Method For Up-sampling Depth Images
  5. CN 102741883 A (Oct 17, 2012)
    High Dynamic Range Image Generation And Rendering
  6. US 8483479 B2 (Jul 9, 2013)
    Light Detection, Color Appearance Models, And Modifying Dynamic Range For Image Display
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Documents citing US 2009/0034867 A1
11 Patent Documents

US 2009/0034867 A1 cites 11 patent documents

  1. US 5799111 A (Aug 25, 1998)
    Apparatus And Methods For Smoothing Images
  2. US 2002/0118883 A1 (Aug 29, 2002)
    Classifier-based Enhancement Of Digital Images
  3. US 2005/0248592 A1 (Nov 10, 2005)
    Liquid Crystal Display With Reduced Black Level Insertion
  4. US 7164397 B2 (Jan 16, 2007)
    Discrete Light Color Processor
  5. US 7224411 B2 (May 29, 2007)
    Digital Projection Equipment And Techniques
  6. US 7265784 B1 (Sep 4, 2007)
    Image Processor With Noise Reduction Circuit
  7. US 7280705 B1 (Oct 9, 2007)
    Tone Correction Method Using A Blending Mask
  8. US 7404645 B2 (Jul 29, 2008)
    Image And Light Source Modulation For A Digital Display System
  9. US 7483058 B1 (Jan 27, 2009)
    Video Imaging System Including A Digital Image Sensor And A Digital Signal Processor
  10. US 7518802 B2 (Apr 14, 2009)
    Illumination Device, Image Display Device, And Projector
  11. US 7768496 B2 (Aug 3, 2010)
    Methods And Systems For Image Tonescale Adjustment To Compensate For A Reduced Source Light Power Level

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