If the gamma value is 1, then the gamma ramp is linear. Blending in the overlapping regions gradually produces a visually correct image.
Sun May 23, 2004 9: The amount of edge blending performed in each region is controlled by a gamma function. Reply Quote 2 1 Reply Last reply.
Figure 6: But hopefully that makes the steps you need to take clear, and you can take it from here. Only users with topic management privileges can see it. The source is 75 ohms also.
Figure 3: You can use these to daisy-chain the projectors, if these connectors are present. Ok, perhaps I was not as clear as I ought to have been.
Some areas will overlap whilst others will have a gap. In Stage Setup, you have lots of fine control over the Edge Curvature, but I suggest working with the Defaults until you have it about perfect, then you may want to make some minor tweaks if needed.
Secondly, it is also quite error tolerant. But now we have a new problem: To overcome the double brightness in the overlapping regions, we can add a brightness luminance control function in each of these areas. When image blending, we overlap projectors to create what is referred to as an overlap region.
Sun May 23, 2004 5: Mon May 24, 2004 2: DriverGuru Senator et Subscriptor Tribus: If the gamma value is greater than 1, then the ramp stays darker and rapidly approaches full bright. Image once blended. The solution is to blend the images together.
Most sources can't provide this and you will have sync problems, at a minimum. Hi Mark, DusX ,. Looks like Mark, beat me to it, while I captured some images: Mar 14, 2001 Posts: But to try to get you going: