The Moving Picture Experts Group


To capture physical environments human beings have sensors like eyes and ears. Whereas ears are acoustic omnidirectional sensors, the eye is a directional visual sensor, which collects lightNrays from one direction (head and eyeball position and rotation) and focus to a specific distance (lens). The visual dynamic range in real world is so high, that it has to be limited by the iris to avoid overloading.

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