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VideoOrbits

VideoOrbits is a set of computer programs that combine multiple pictures of the same subject matter to provide a single picture of increased dynamic range, increased tonal fidelity, increased spatial extent, and increased spatial resolution. These programs implement many of the results described in the John Wiley book, "Intelligent Image Processing", and are useful for wearable computer mediated reality systems, or just simply to combine some vacation pictures together into a panoramic image.

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