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Lorne Whitehead, Greg Ward, Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, Helge Seetzen: High dynamic range display devices. The University of British Columbia, Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala, May 10, 2005: US06891672 (132 worldwide citation)

A display has a screen which incorporates a light modulator. The screen may be a front projection screen or a rear-projection screen. Elements of the light modulator may be controlled to adjust the intensity of light emanating from corresponding areas on the screen. The display may provide a high dy ...


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Gregory John Ward, Helge Seetzen, Wolfgang Heidrich: Electronic camera having multiple sensors for capturing high dynamic range images and related methods. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, August 14, 2012: US08242426 (113 worldwide citation)

An electronic camera comprises two or more image sensor arrays. At least one of the image sensor arrays has a high dynamic range. The camera also comprises a shutter for selectively allowing light to reach the two or more image sensor arrays, readout circuitry for selectively reading out pixel data ...


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Lorne Whitehead, Greg Ward, Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, Helge Seetzen: High dynamic range display devices. The University of British Columbia, Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala, September 12, 2006: US07106505 (48 worldwide citation)

A display has a screen which incorporates a light modulator. The screen may be a front projection screen or a rear-projection screen. Elements of the light modulator may be controlled to adjust the intensity of light emanating from corresponding areas on the screen. The display may provide a high dy ...


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Lorne Whitehead, Greg Ward, Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, Helge Seetzen: High dynamic range display devices. The University of British Columbia, Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala, February 6, 2007: US07172297 (46 worldwide citation)

A display has a screen which incorporates a light modulator. The screen may be a front projection screen or a rear-projection screen. Elements of the light modulator may be controlled to adjust the intensity of light emanating from corresponding areas on the screen. The display may provide a high dy ...


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Lorne A Whitehead, Helge Seetzen, Don Graham, Greg Ward, Wolfgang Stuerzlinger: High dynamic range display devices. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, July 22, 2008: US07403332 (45 worldwide citation)

A display has a screen which incorporates a light modulator. The screen may be a front projection screen or a rear-projection screen. The screen is illuminated with light from a light source comprising an array of controllable light-emitters. The controllable-emitters and elements of the light modul ...


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Lorne A Whitehead, Gregory John Ward, Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, Helge Seetzen: Calibration of displays having spatially-variable backlight. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, May 13, 2008: US07370979 (27 worldwide citation)

A display has a screen which incorporates a light modulator. The screen may be a front projection screen or a rear-projection screen. The screen is illuminated with light from a light source comprising an array of controllable light-emitters. The controllable-emitters and elements of the light modul ...


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Lorne Whitehead, Greg Ward, Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, Helge Seetzen: High dynamic range display devices. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, August 19, 2008: US07413309 (24 worldwide citation)

A display has a screen which incorporates a light modulator. The screen may be a front projection screen or a rear-projection screen. Elements of the light modulator may be controlled to adjust the intensity of light emanating from corresponding areas on the screen. The display may provide a high dy ...


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Gregory John Ward, Gerwin Damberg, Helge Seetzen: Serial modulation display having binary light modulation stage. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, June 23, 2009: US07551341 (24 worldwide citation)

A display has first and second spatial light modulators for modulating light from a light source. The first spatial light modulator has a plurality of elements switchable between ON and OFF states according to a pattern having a spatially-varying density. Transfer optics blur and carry light modulat ...


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Lorne A Whitehead, Gregory John Ward, Wolfgang Stuerzlinger, Helge Seetzen: HDR displays with overlapping dual modulation. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala, September 2, 2008: US07419267 (20 worldwide citation)

A display has a screen which incorporates a light modulator. The screen may be a front projection screen or a rear-projection screen. Elements of the light modulator may be controlled to adjust the intensity of light emanating from corresponding areas on the screen. The display may provide a high dy ...


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Ajit Ninan, Helge Seetzen: N-modulation displays and related methods. Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation, June 12, 2012: US08199401 (16 worldwide citation)

A display has a light source, a spatial light modulator and an intermediate spatial light modulator. The display may be a front projection display or a rear-projection display. The spatial light modulator is illuminated with light from a light source. The intermediate spatial light modulator is loca ...