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Amazing content-aware image sizing technique


This video by Dr. Ariel Shamir shows off his presentation on content-aware image sizing that was presented at SIGGRAPH this year. What this means that you can resize (both shrink AND expand) and image with minimal visible loss. It's ... unbelievable until you see it for yourself :o

I'd say this type of adaptive image resizing will most likely be the future of digital image processing the future.
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Lex

That is stunning. Thanks for sharing.
posted by Guest at Tuesday, September-04-2007 02:41am

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Now if they can use that to upres SD video to HD..
posted by Guest at Sunday, September-09-2007 15:37pm

Amazing

Fantastic. Beautiful. Will have widespread applications in mobile devices, too.
posted by Guest at Wednesday, September-12-2007 19:44pm

Seam Carving at work here

Seam Carving is a great way to enhance digital photos. And the demo video is great too (specially the part where you can remove people from pics) :) I also have a relevant post on my blog here.

On an unrelated note, I couldn't figure out how to create a username for commenting...
posted by Guest at Thursday, September-13-2007 07:53am

Noe Neault

Just because technology can do something doesn't mean it should. This treats photography, art, AND reality as just another cheap commodity that you can do anything you want with. It amounts to fakery, fraud. Why is that technologists often fail to consider the ethical implications of their inventions before they release them on the world?
posted by Guest at Thursday, November-22-2007 03:34am

Integrity

So I can distort an Image without degradation. So what. In most of the examples that were shown the integrity of the image was lost. :wall:
posted by JS at Sunday, February-10-2008 22:53pm

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Beautiful! This algorithm looks like a wonderful tool for artists!
posted by Ryan at Thursday, February-21-2008 16:15pm

Great. . .

Hey Noe Neault/guest a little hysterical there fella! What about a photoshopped picture. It retains a sense of the images and you don't have to apply it to you image. . .I'm sure photo editors/photographers will use it sparingly. most newspapers for example add a copyline if the use a manipulated image, the fact that you can see the image change when you scale it almost negates that. Incredible piece of code. . .have Adobe come knocking yet?
posted by james at Monday, March-10-2008 06:13am

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There's an improvement on this method at this year's CVPR:

http://www.wisdom.weizmann.ac.il/~vision/VisualSummary.html
posted by Guest at Wednesday, April-30-2008 08:54am

1EJTmn Thanks for good post

1EJTmn Thanks for good post
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