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[TS] Dolby to improve mobile pics with JPEG-HDR imaging technology

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Dolby is widely known for their work in the audio market but the company used some of their time at Mobile World Congress to demonstrate their latest advancement in imaging technology. JPEG-HDR is designed to improve the quality of images shot with mobile phones by creating HDR (High Dynamic Range) photos, similar to what Apple has accomplished on the iPhone 4 / 4S and HTC’s upcoming One X.

HDR photography is often used to bridge the gap when trying to photograph a scene that contains poorly-lit areas and overexposed sections. To do this, the camera will take multiple photos of the same scene in rapid succession using a range of exposures. These images can then be stitched together on a computer using software to bring out the full range of detail that would otherwise be lost in the under or overexposed areas of your picture.

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That's cool, but the "thing" that is lacking on today's camera phones is the lens.
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