On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 5:14 PM, Alexia Death <alexiade...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi:)
>
>> The basic behavior of this tool would be:
>> - you "put" a closed polygon on the image (not limited to 4 handles)
>> - you deform the cage, the image is deformed accordingly
>> - user can choice if the pixels can go outside of the cage or not. In the
>> normal behavior of the Green Coordinates, the pixels can overflow the cage,
>> due to the shape preservation.
>
> I looked through the paper and examples there were very impressive.
> This tool can be the tool of choice for many use-cases currently
> handled by iwarp plugin and perspective transform in a much more
> convenient and usable way. As a project it has great potential.
>
> Im thinking, it might make sense to implement it as a gegl op with UI
> in gimp. however, we dont have an example of such tool yet...
>
>
Haven't checked the references - but it sounds like the same UI could
be used to perform the "Liquid Resize" magic, currently existing as a
3rd party plug-in - what do you say?


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