Alan S. Cheney

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We introduce Object-Based Image Editing (OBIE) for real-time animation and manipulation of static digital photographs. Individual image objects (such as an arm or nose, Figure 1) are selected, scaled, stretched, bent, warped or even deleted (with automatic <i>hole filling</i>) - <i>at the object, rather than the pixel level</i> - using simple gesture(More)
This paper presents representation techniques as the image can be represented in Cubic B-splines that are used to represent the curvilinear features of an image. The algorithm is devised to convert a raster image into vector image. The algorithm first detects the curvilinear features of the image, then based on the curvilinear edges and feature attributes(More)
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