HDRv sequence captured in a scene with extreme dynamic range. The video is captured with a High Dynamic Range video imaging system developed in a collaboration between the Computer Graphics and Image Processing group at Linköping University in Sweden and the German camera manufacturer SpheronVR. The HDRv camera captures images with a resolution of 2336x1752 pixels and a dynamic range of over 24 f-stops at up to 30 frames per second. The video shows six different exposures generated from the original HDRv sequence in order to display the dynamic range of the scene.

The environment is imaged through the reflection in a mirror sphere captured using a Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 100mm f/2 ZF.2 lens. The mirror sphere generates a near 360 degree panoramic HDR image at each captured position. HDR light probe images are often used to create photo realistic computer graphics renderings.

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