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Re: IMAGE PROCESSING CHALLENGE 2011
« Reply #40 on: July 21, 2011 »
Just to make it clear - I have no chance of winning, but it's the coding that's fun, as is seeing the other entries. I think I have learned a few new tricks too.

All I need is another half hour of development time, and it should be polished and presentable.

For those of you without a webcam, it will be possible to import an image from your file system.
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Re: IMAGE PROCESSING CHALLENGE 2011
« Reply #41 on: July 21, 2011 »
For those of you without a webcam, it will be possible to import an image from your file system.

Good job in my case - seeing my own face is not what I want to do :)
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Re: IMAGE PROCESSING CHALLENGE 2011
« Reply #42 on: July 26, 2011 »
Gentle reminder:

Only a few days left!

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Re: IMAGE PROCESSING CHALLENGE 2011
« Reply #43 on: July 29, 2011 »
Gentle reminder:

Only a few days left!

:)

Damn it .... I might not be able to enter this time. Some personal issues ... sorry. Really looking forward to see more entries though. The ones
already released really rocked already!
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Re: IMAGE PROCESSING CHALLENGE 2011
« Reply #44 on: July 29, 2011 »
Well, there's just one day to go mate.  I hope to see a couple of last minute entries otherwise every entry is going to get a trophy by default!
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Re: IMAGE PROCESSING CHALLENGE 2011
« Reply #45 on: July 29, 2011 »
I'm finishing up my entry. my 1st attempt was pretty boring, so I restarted two days ago... Happy I did. :)
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Re: IMAGE PROCESSING CHALLENGE 2011
« Reply #46 on: July 30, 2011 »
It's great that we have some last day entries :)

Thank you very much for supporting the challenge!
I'll put the voting up tomorrow.

There are a few entries that have been posted without screen shots, I will take screen shots for those ones if you want, but if you can, I'd really appreciate it if you'd upload a pic of your entry, that way you'll get the shot you want sisplayed in the voting list.

Cheers!
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Re: IMAGE PROCESSING CHALLENGE 2011
« Reply #47 on: July 31, 2011 »
Oops, sorry. Totally forgot screenshots. Will do that now.
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Re: IMAGE PROCESSING CHALLENGE 2011
« Reply #48 on: August 03, 2011 »
Hi! this is precisely what im working in.. but just for Yabasic! :$
So i guess i can't entry.

PS2 yabasic is restrictive because there are a lot of things that it can't do "out of the box".

It can't draw bitmaps
It can't play sounds
All you can draw are triangles, lines, quads, dots, text and Gtriangles..

You can draw things though, and remember that you have the emulator so you are only restricted by the PC's speed - there's absolutely no reason that PS2 Yabasic cannot do a demo effect and then distort it somehow :)

Anyway, even if you don't enter this one Sergio, I hope you enjoy watching the entries!  They are usually very diverse and quite wonderful!


Yes, very restrictive, thats what im using jim's emulator for bitmaps processing, It is easy cos' you can make a little script in javascript to convert a picture into raw data RGB for yabasic, and then copy/paste in a text document. All you have to do then is code the yabasic lines to understand those data lines. The result: Im watching in Yabasic real-color pictures and . This can not be done in ps2yabasic cos' the only way to do it is writing the color info for each pixel one by one, which means 3 numbers (R,G,B) for each pixel and it will take a life to do it. Thats why ps2yabasic is sooo frustrating. Thanks for your comment , sorry if this one is out of place or off-topic, i also have to say that im watching the contest's entrys and enjoing of it before voting. cheers

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Re: IMAGE PROCESSING CHALLENGE 2011
« Reply #49 on: August 03, 2011 »
I see what you mean - there would be a lot of text data to import, but it would be worth it to see it in action.

Flash isn't much faster, but I use that for most things.
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Re: IMAGE PROCESSING CHALLENGE 2011
« Reply #50 on: August 03, 2011 »
Since you could have processed a real time effect and not necessarily only a photograph, this theme would have not only been possible but very attainable in Yabasic.

After all it's possible to store an array of pixels, even if you'd used blocky-ish ones..

Anyway, I hope you have a go next time because it will be cool to see some Yabasic demos again.
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Re: IMAGE PROCESSING CHALLENGE 2011
« Reply #51 on: September 15, 2011 »
Sorry to have missed this challenge :s
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