A very minimal streaming HDR image (ie. Radiance .pic format) library for node.js. Always outputs XYZ color space regardless of the format of the HDR file.
npm install hdr
var HDR = ;
var HDR =fs =file = fs;//-- Create a new loader:var hdrloader = ;//-- Load event is triggered once all the data has been read from the file:hdrloader;//-- Start piping in image data from filesystem/http request/ect.:file;
This library does the minimum required to read HDR files. It is up to the consumer of the data to convert between XYZ and RGB, if desired, and to apply any corrections specified by
- v0.6.0 Output is now always in XYZ color format (doing the conversion automatically if the HDR file is in RGB format) and broke out color handling and pixel format into their own repositories/packages
- v0.5.1 Made internal functions more easily extensible
- v0.5.0 Initial public release
License - MIT
Copyright (C) 2013 Jon-Carlos Rivera
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