Their page says
"Our method is based on a simple premise: neighboring pixels in space-time that have similar intensities should have similar colors"
I assume this to mean you need the "timing information of the stroke", similar to data needed for recognizing handwriting.
While I am not sure of the GTK low-level API for such a "capture", a plugin using such low level functions would have to re-implement the non trivial functionality of drawing the stroke (colors, brush, what-have-you ...), which is pointless.
I was asking if any of you see a better way to implement such a method in the gimp.
Hope I made myself clear this time.
Sven Neumann wrote:
Pepster <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
Slashdot has the "Story" about this - http://www.cs.huji.ac.il/~yweiss/Colorization/
I assume that to implement it one needs the color+timestamp for each drawn pixel. Is that at all possible to do in a gimp plugin?
I don't see why this should not be possible to do in a plug-in. But I don't understand your comment about the timestamp.
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