Face Detect Based Auto Exposure On DM365 IPNC
Auto-exposure is a method by which the camera maintains an overall well-exposed final image by manipulating aperture, shutter speed, and gain. How can one determine Exposure in the Digital Camera System?
- Exposure is a measure of how light or dark the image produced by an imaging system is.
- In a digital camera system, exposure is determined by a combination of 3 factors: Aperture, Shutter speed, and Gain.
- Aperture and shutter speed are able to influence the picture’s brightness by controlling the amount of light the sensing element integrates, while the gain of the sensing element allows one to boost or suppress the brightness of the final image.
This case study presents a Face Detection-based Auto Exposure scheme on a DM365-based IPNC software package, which includes a 2A algorithm providing an “auto-exposure“ function.
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