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Additionally, contrast, brightness and gamma correction can be performed globally on the images before the user-defined LUT (or the 14-bit linear LUT) is applied to the image data. Other features of this software application allow the user to manually adjust frame synchronization and the number of displayed columns. A built-in tool has also been added to the control software. This tool allows the quick and easy generation of user-defined test images. The tool can be opened as a new window from the main software window.
This means that a square detector having 10 pixels high, and rotated by about 45° with respect to the dead stripes, gives a measure of irradiance (power per unit area) very close to the ideal case of a detector which would measure the total irradiance for the zone of interest. These results are also valid for any type of systematic non-uniformity in the energy distribution within the pixel. This includes the case of partial overlapping (flying-spot projector) and pixels with unusual shapes. 45).
Moreover, both spatial and temporal samplings of the optical signal may also introduce measurement error if they are not done adequately. 1 Parasitic Light Parasitic light is generated both by the projector itself and by the environment. Veiling glare belongs to the first type of parasitic light while the back reflection and the ambient illumination are the principal sources of parasitic light due to the environment. 1 Veiling Glare Despite technical progress in optical anti-reflection (AR) coating, there is still nonnull reflection at the glass interfaces.