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How to translate the center of an equirectangular projection?

I'm trying to perfectly align two or more equirectangular photos of the same place taken from slightly different positions. Using an example provided by openMVG I managed to get the relative position ...
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Why does increasing simplex noise dimension wash it out?

I just tried using this approach to create a tiling 2d simplex noise function with Gustavson's java implementation. The result tiled, but the texture seemed muddy / washed out. I decided to compare ...
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CrazyBump Shape Recognition

I've recently been using CrazyBump, and I think I'm starting to understand how it works. But I'm confused about what it calls Shape Recognition. According to this website, that feature attempts to add ...
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Sinc interpolation and Ideal reconstruction example

I am trying to apply sinc interpolation on this data set. The patches in the left image is a snapshot of AutoCAD 3d faces. Lux values are calculated for centre of each patch that are in 0.3m x 0.3m ...
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Slope Based Texturing

On the main page for Allegorithmic's Bitmap2Material, it mentions that the software uses a Slope Based approach over a Luminance Based approach. What exactly does this mean?
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Recreating a font from a low-quality printout

I have a JPEG file with a 200 dpi scan of a sample printout from a badly maintained old drum printer. I was able to segment it and to collect all instances of each letter together, for example I ...
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Sub-pixel image registration using phase

Currently I'm trying to reproduce the result by the academic papers Sub-pixel Shift Estimation of Image based on the Least Squares Approximation in Phase Region by Fujimoto, Fujisawa and Ikehara (...
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Making an approximately constant color or brightness image

I've been working on implementing the technique from the paper "Designing look-and-feel using generalized crosshatching" which can be found at: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3085054 The paper ...
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how to overcome tracking jitter

I'm working with a object tracking project. Steps: Preprocessing the image and achieve some candidates regions of interest. For each region, test if it is the target by ORB/BF. After the target ...
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SIFT Feature Extraction

I am trying to implement the SIFT feature extraction algorithm. I have a few questions which are not very clear from the paper: When interpolating the extrema with 2nd order functions, do we upscale ...
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Bilinear Transformation not working

I implemented this algorithm to fit given image to specified quadrilateral but the output is blank. I implemented it in C# as follows ...
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Template matching subpixel accuracy

I use template matching to detect a specific pattern in image.The shift determined is very shaky. Currently I apply it to R,G,B channel separately and average the result to obtain float values.Please, ...
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Why don't discretization errors occur with compute-shaded kernel filters?

An efficient compute-shaded image filter would be emitted with (screenX / [kernel width], screenY / [kernel height], 1) groups and one kernel in each group, allowing texels to pass into groupshared ...
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Tanget plane of an image

My problem is about tangent plane. I have an image (m by n). I obtain surface normal vector using machine learning methods. Then i would like to obtain tangent plane for this surface normal. To ...
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Ray Tracer Shadowing

So I'm working on an assignment where we have to design a simple ray tracer. The program has two objects that it can use, sphere and cube. It can render the cube and spheres, it also does shading on ...
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How to make Convolved Diffuse and Specular image in C#

I am trying to take either a HDR panoramic or HDR cubeMap and from that create a Lambert Irradiance environment map and a Cook-Torrence Specular environment map. I am stuck at the proper ...
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3D reconstruction using 2D matched points

I have 2 images, called left and right images. I have some matched points $[c_l,r_l]$ and $[c_r,r_r]$ in both of them (these points are in pixel coordinates). For a 3D point in the real world, they ...
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Getting improper undistorted images for stereo calibration

I am trying to calibrate stereocamera using left and right chessboard images available at github.com->opencv/opencv/tree/master/samples/data After undistorting them, left images seem to look right ...
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How to merge multiple exr into a single multilayer exr?

Are there some tools or softwares to merge multiple exr into a single multilayer exr? I only find a tool to split a multilayer exr into multiple exr. And it seems that Blender, Mitsuba, Darktable ...
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Finding Segments in Continuous line

I'm trying to break a continuous line segment into multiple, straight segments. I've tried using the Hough transform but have found it unreliable for getting the line segments I'm looking for and ...
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Octave matrix to image pixels too small (do not have 1 pixel per integer)

I am working on a project which plots points over a checkerboard (representing seats for people). I would like each pixel in the image to represent each integer matrix entry. After updating my ...
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image warping, given the rotations/translations

in OpenCV there is functions to warp any 2D image using a homography matrix (3x3), e.g. cv2.warpPerspective. These matrices are generally constructed using point ...
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Feature detection for embedded platform OpenCV

I'm trying to do object recognition in an embedded environment, and for this I'm using Raspberry Pi (Specifically version 2). I'm using OpenCV Library and as of now I'm using feature detection ...
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Image cleaning - removing all regular shapes ( circles, squares, text, icons etc. )

I'd like an automatic method to clean images. I've been looking at the GIMP, and its command line (cli) interface, in scheme / lisp. It looks very promising, but I'm a complete novice, so I'd be ...
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Removing a darkened caption with text on it in an image

Alright so I'm a complete n00b at image processing so forgive me if my question sounds vague. I'll try to supplement it with what I have learnt until now and also a couple of images. See the caption ...
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How to enhance scans of golden emboss?

I am looking for smooth way to enhance scans of golden emboss on. For now it takes sometimes hours to select out the golden part and then manipulate into suitable color. But I hope to learn some more ...
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Open source tools for extracting hi-res images from video

I found recently an article in which they describe a technique to extract high resolution images from a standard quality videos. The technique exploits the fact that in a typical video the camera ...
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Lanczos filter implementation issue

I tried to follow Nathan Reed post Antialiasing: To Splat Or Not to implement splat method. The image I am getting thorugh the Lanczos filter is very different than Nathan. I do not understand where ...
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How to ensure that the raytrcing coordinate system is teh same as the projection one?

I have 2 shading models right now, one is using voxels the other one is the standard projection absed renderization method. Putting them side by side I have noticed that no matter what I do one is ...