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2014/11/26

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Bertl
off to bed now ... have a good one everyone!
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se6astian
good morning
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Bertl
morning folks!
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intracube
afternoon all
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se6astian
hi there
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intracube
hey se6astian
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intracube
has been reading about the TAG CDMX trip
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intracube
se6astian: do you know if there is any video online of the presentations (in english?)
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se6astian
not that I know of
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Bertl
intracube: they have been recording but I think they do not plan to have everything online
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Bertl
but I will upload a compacted version of my slides soon, so the information should be there
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intracube
se6astian: Bertl: okies
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intracube
Bertl: nice, I look forward to that
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Bertl
it is mostly a historical timeline from my personal perspective
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intracube
I'm curious about what limits for the FPGA processing will be.
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intracube
some of this info is already on apertus.org
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intracube
I guess the details won't be known until the code is written and the processing is benchmarked?
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Bertl
you can get a good estimate with the xilinx tools
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Bertl
i.e. if you have some specific code, you can see how many resources, power, etc it will consume
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intracube
Bertl: will it be possible to apply different LUTS to the 3 HDMI outputs?
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Bertl
depends on the LUT and how complex it is
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Bertl
a simple separate linear LUT doesn't cost much, i.e. that is no problem x3
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Bertl
a complex 3D deep color LUT costs very much, I doubt that will be doable for 3 outputs
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intracube
Bertl: by simple do you mean a 1D LUT for each of the RGB channels?
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intracube
then x 3 for each HDMI?
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intracube
ie, the type of LUT that can be loaded onto a typical computer video card
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Bertl
yes, for example
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intracube
ah, that's good
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Bertl
it basically requires a memory resource per channel
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intracube
Bertl: not sure if you saw this: https://wiki.apertus.org/index.php?title=User:Intracube#CMOSIS_CMV12000_registers
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intracube
data parsed from cmosis pdf
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Bertl
ah, nice
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intracube
..*hopefully* all the data is correct. I had to do a bit of manual editing too ;)
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intracube
I've got a reasonable work-flow so if there's any data in other pdfs, it can be converted fairly quickly
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Bertl
good to know
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off for a nap ... bbl
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troy_s
intracube: Aka transfer curve LUT per vhannel
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troy_s
Channel even
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troy_s
intracube: A rather fascination email from Mr. Fairchild the other day that you may be interested in...
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troy_s
intracube: Did you know that scene referred imaging can result in escaping the original chromaticities of the primary lights?
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intracube
troy_s: ?
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intracube
do you mean like biofluorescent surfaces like flowers?
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troy_s
intracube: No. Indirect lighting does it.
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troy_s
intracube: Basically RGB is pre-baked spectral. Indirect lighting (two RGB images for example, multiplied) pushes the luminance and chromaticities outwards.
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danieel
i think it just can redistribute the non-narrow band of primaries, to make the average/peak somewhere else
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troy_s
It is the basics of physics. Happens in the physical world as well.
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danieel
you cant change the wavelengt without fluorescence... can you?
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troy_s
The main issue is that folks have a very legacy view of imaging (IE display referred)
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troy_s
Indirect lighting does this. It is a multiplication.
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troy_s
So for example, if you have an sRGB set of primaries, and you use a scene referred model, the results of multiplication will expand in luminance and, as a result, chromaticity.
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troy_s
Basically it has to do with greater than one source, which for all intents and purposes is two RGB images, two sources, or whatever.
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danieel
the multiplication happens where?
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troy_s
Indirect lighting does it. Or an image operation that simulates it via multiplication of two regions via nodes or layers.
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danieel
well, if you shine red light on orange surface, it will get red... that is what you talk about?
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troy_s
(A red petal illuminated by a red light for example, or a red petal illuminated by an adjacent petal lit up.)
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troy_s
Sort of. It goes deeper than that.
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troy_s
It reveals a rather horrific misunderstanding of models (IE display referred versus scene referred) and legacy ideas of imaging (that your imaging is agnostic or unrelated to your primaries)
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Bertl
back now ...
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Bertl
actually it depends on the orange surface, it is possible that it just absorbs the red light and stays exactly the same :)
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intracube
troy_s: sorry, I don't get it
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intracube
bed time
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se6astian
me too
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