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Application of High-Dynamic Range Imaging Techniques in Architecture: A Step toward High-Quality Daylit Interiors?

Bibliographic reference Cauwerts, Coralie ; Piderit, María Beatriz. Application of High-Dynamic Range Imaging Techniques in Architecture: A Step toward High-Quality Daylit Interiors?. In: Journal of Imaging, Vol. 4, p. 15 (2018)
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