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Perceptual dynamic range method for generating images of more natural appearance
The contrast in a scene is measured by the ratio, called dynamic range, of light intensity values between its brightest and darkest points. While common natural scenes may have a contrast of 1,000,...
System for optimizing the use of shared resources within a physical space
Efficient use of limited physical resources shared by a number of users in changing conditions represents a problem of coordination management between users and resources. The system promotes dynamic...
The Research Group on Image Processing for Enhanced Cinematography (IP4EC) is led by Dr. Marcelo Bertalmío. The objective of the group is to develop image processing algorithms for cinema that allow...
The Research Group on Image Processing is led by Dra. Coloma Ballester. The group focuses on the development of models and algorithms for image processing and computer vision. The main research lines...
The Research Group on Interactive Technologies Group (GTI) is led by Dr. Josep Blat. The group  focuses on human aspects and technology, especially those related to enhancing people’s use of computer...
Music Technology Group (MTG)
The Music Technology Group (MTG) is specialized in sound and music computing. With more than 50 researchers coming from different and complementary disciplines, the MTG carries out research on topics...
BMAT Licensing SL is an audio technology company that analyses all the music worldwide to provide search, interaction and monitoring. BMAT counts on a young, dynamic and multicultural team with music...
Reactable Systems’ mission is to redefine conventional Human-Computer Interaction by developing cutting-edge interactive products and solutions with a focus on entertainment, education, the promotion...
VoctroLabs SL aims at becoming a world reference in voice processing technologies for the entertainment industry. After a 10-year relationship of the promoter team with Yamaha Corp. (Japan) for the...
In the context of computer vision, the monocular depth estimation problem can be defined as inferring the depth order of the objects present in a scene using only information from a single camera (an...

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