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VAST: International Symposium on Virtual Reality
Video recording and photography are frequently used to document Cultural Heritage (CH) objects and sites. High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging is increasingly being used as it allows a wider range of light to be considered that most current technologies are unable to natively acquire and reproduce. HDR video content however has only recently become possible at desirable, high definition resolution and dynamic range. In this paper we explore the potential use of a 20 f-stop HDR video camera for CHdoi:10.2312/vast/vast10/017-024 fatcat:okrnm6lavjfdrii5uvwstwtmea