Tag overview for: 'graphics'

Entries on this site with 'graphics'

  • Scanning with Python
    Some useful stuff: a python wrapper for the ZBar barcode scanning library. Find barcodes in images. Some useful examples using Sane and latex to automate scanner input to
  • Inkling Hybrid Writing Machine
    Nathan Willis presented some experiences with the Wacom Inkling at the LibreGraphics 2014 meeting.  It is a real pen which records the physical action of writing as a sem
  • PPM - A simple graphics file format
    For quck-n-dirty embedded stuff, try PPM (and less colorful PGM and PBM variants).
  • BMP for Embedded Applications
    BMP is not the hippest of image formats but the standard is really simple, making it well suited for embedded stuff.  For those in a hurry, QDBMP (Quick and Dirty) does t
  • LaTeX and Python
    PyX is cool! "PyX is a Python package for the creation of PostScript and PDF files. It combines an abstraction of the PostScript drawing model with a TeX/LaTeX interface.
  • OpenCV in PyGame
    This looks like a good place to start: image capture using opencv in pygame a simple example of face detection (without pygame)
  • Reverse Image Search
    Use Tin Eye and find out who is remixing, referencing or (gasp!) pirating your images.  It uses some kind of feature recognition to find matches between billions of crawl
  • Data-Moshing, Data-Bending, Glitch
    Whatever you want to call it, it's pretty cool and some folks have been building an interesting scene around it: Some Refs to Data-bent images Rosa Menkman - glitch artist
  • Some Novel Imaging Techniques
    Polarimetric Imaging: combines multiple polarized images to extract 3D like features based on how materials reflect light the ESA's Polsarpro library Hyperspectral Imaging
  • Open Source Camera Hacking
    Some folks at Stanford are working on a project they call Computational Photography . Cool to see digital photography becoming more hackable in the capture phase. The Linu
  • Image Resizing in Python
    Scale images and make thumbnails using PIL.
  • Amazing Illustrations
    Bibliodyssey is a fantastic little blog that collects and links scans of often uncany scans from old illustrated books.
  • Nuclear Powerplant Posters
    Very nice.

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