The Fundamental Basis of HDR
S. Mann*,†,‡; M.A. Ali* * University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada† Rotman School of Management CDL, Toronto, ON, Canada‡ Meta, Redwood City, CA, United States
We live our lives surrounded by sensors. Entire cities are being built with an image sensor in every streetlight. Automatic doors, automatic handwash faucets, and automatic flush toilets that once used “single-pixel” infrared sensors are now using sensor arrays with 128 or 1024 pixels, along with more sophisticated structured infrared illumination for real-time computer vision. This Internet of things produces a worldwide web of surveillance (oversight) all around us. But surveillance is only a half-truth ...
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