My initial reaction would be that if we are to make the Gimp "production
ready", then a few interesting "feet on the ground" features would be
interesting to work on :
- Denoise / Sharpen
... before exporting to CMYK.
Here are some pointers :
- Fractal resizing
( http://ecommons.uwinnipeg.ca/archive/00000026/ and
- Wiener denoising (Refocus it) enhancement and port to GEGL :
Otherwise, I could suggest
- Highlights / Shadows compression and other non linear contrast enhancement
techniques (pointers on request) beyond Retinex.
Another suggestion would be to improve the smoothen/sharpen tool by using
wavelets decomposition and making it available as a brush :
What field of image processing are you more interested in ? We can always
find ideas of something which would fit a summer ...
keep smiling :)
On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 16:55, Irena Damsky <irena.dam...@gmail.com> wrote:
> would appreciate a reaction,
> On Sun, Mar 22, 2009 at 11:02 PM, Irena Damsky <irena.dam...@gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm a Msc student of CS in the Inter diceplinery center in Herzliya,
>> my main interests are image proccesing, image manipulation, computational
>> photography and 2nd computer graphics.
>> from the list of suggested ideas for the GIMP GSoC I saw that the main
>> project suggestions are mainly for GUI and stuff like that,
>> are there any project idea's that involve image manipulation?
>> for example, there had been papers on "gradient domain editing", such as
>> I wonder,
>> can something like this, or like "colorization by example" such as
>> or "natural colorization" such as
>> can something like that become a GSoC project?
>> Thank you!
>> Irena Damsky
>> you can also find me on MSN: ira_dam...@hotmail.com
>> Smile! and the world will smile with you!
>> Cry! and you'll cry alone...
> Irena Damsky
> you can also find me on MSN: ira_dam...@hotmail.com
> Smile! and the world will smile with you!
> Cry! and you'll cry alone...
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