Tag Archives: imageprocessing

Flash And Image Processing

During the last weeks I have thought about a completly new version of the image processing library. I have done lots of scribbling about what kind of features I want to have and which would be really cool. But there is still a big problem when it comes to dealing with image data in Flash. […]

Online Photoshop Preview

Check out the post from John Nack or take a look at the screenshot directly. I am interested in what they offer. Actually if it is only the basic Flash filters being used this will not be anything new. Picnik and Fauxto are doing this already. We will see when they release it.

Optimized Seam Carving

Mario Klingemann did an awesome job on the seam carving demo I posted this weekend. He removed a lot of dirty stuff from the code and optimized it very well. You can get a full explanation on his blog. As Mario mentions we are looking also in a technique that allows us to expand images. […]

Content-aware image resizing

There is currently a lot of hype around this paper by Dr. Ariel Shamir and Dr. Shai Avidan. Honestly — it really kicks ass. This is a realy nice idea and I can absolutely understand Adobe just hired one of them direclty. Now there is a online demo of this available. Unfortunately it misses some […]

Analyzing bitmaps bigger than 512×512

Remember I promised to release some paper on performance optimizations for the Flash Player? Well currently there is just to much to do in order to get it done. But I do not want to hide this from you any longer. Analyzing big BitmapData objects is a pain. For a nice contrast correction, world luminance […]