Definitions for "Gamma Correction"
A process used with video images to correct brightness and internal micro-contrast within the image. Gamma correction allows a change of ratio between the brightest red component and weakest red
is a correction built into the camera to adjust for the brightness characteristic of the monitor. The gamma value ranges from 0.6 to 1.0
This refers to an automated correction installed into surveillance cameras that adjusts for the brightness characteristic of the monitor, with the range being from .6 to 1.
This is an adjustment that variations in light input, produce a corresponding output in light intensity.
In GL, a logarithmic assignment of intensities to lookup table entries for shading applications. This is required since the human eye perceives intensities logarithmically rather than linearly.
A process whereby contrast values are optimised.