Tag for questions about bitmapped graphics, particularly those using the Image function.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

2
votes
2answers
317 views

How can I overlap image on Graphics3D at a specific position?

I make a Polygon with size of {width=0,length=50,height=30}; I want to overlap Image on ...
2
votes
0answers
100 views

“automated” image embedding app

Based on the following image attach procedure, can a Dynamic app be developed that: at start, only shows a small import button once clicked, opens a choose image ...
24
votes
3answers
3k views

How to find circular objects in an image?

How could I use morphological processing to find circular objects in an image? More specifically, I need to detect road signs. I need to get the "80 speed limit" sign from this image:
10
votes
2answers
579 views

Detecting edge/region in contour plot

I am interested in improving this plot: which I produced with the following command: ...
11
votes
1answer
766 views

Enlarge an image and increase its resolution

An ongoing purely recreational project. I got my introduction to image processing with this Rotating perspective... question and had a lot of fun with it. Now I want to take it to the next step. ...
17
votes
2answers
1k views

How can I create a glass distortion effect in an image?

I'd like to overlay a glass jar onto an image with realistic light bending. Can anyone think of a way to automate this effect (perhaps this can be done with the raytracing package rayica)?
6
votes
2answers
603 views

How do I display imported images at actual size?

I know that this is an extremely basic question, but I am having a lot of trouble finding the answer in the documentation. When I import an image (for example, ...
7
votes
1answer
287 views

Color ramp banding in PDFKit when exporting Raster image Inset to PDF

Here I produce a Raster image with large uniformly colored rectangles and put it in an Inset: ...
6
votes
2answers
430 views

How can I make a list animation of images that fade in and out?

I'm not sure how to get a "fade in" effect.
21
votes
1answer
1k views

Is there a way to convert an image into a Graph?

I'm trying to convert an image with several overlapping dots into a Graph. The goal is to be able to derive the Kirchhoff matrix for the randomly created "network ...
8
votes
5answers
300 views

How to resize the text content of a grid with it?

I am in a resizing mood these days. This code works quite well, up to a point. ...
17
votes
1answer
484 views

When exporting an (animated) GIF, is it possible to specify the size of the color palette?

I've exported an animation to animated GIF, which generated a 15mb file. I've been asked if I could regenerate the file, limiting it to only 16 colors, but I can't find any documentation on how I ...
22
votes
3answers
997 views

How to place an image inside a notebook, with the minimum memory footprint?

When creating a notebook with images, like photos, the file tends to quickly get big, which makes it difficult to use the notebook format for training material containing a lot of images. Are there ...
18
votes
4answers
2k views

Efficiently generating n-D Gaussian random fields

I am interested in an efficient code to generate an $n$-D Gaussian random field (sometimes called processes in other fields of research), which has applications in cosmology. I wrote the following ...
11
votes
3answers
523 views

How to mark an image?

How can I place a mark, like a cross-hair (to suggest "X marks the spot") and a text label associated with it, at a particular position on an image (mine in particular is ...
14
votes
2answers
343 views

How to load thumbnail, not image?

Is there any way to import only the thumbnail of an image instead of the full image? I frequently work with lots of images and it would be nice if the contents of a directory could be quickly ...
6
votes
2answers
367 views

Rectangle with rounded edges

Inspired from : Fit an image within a Rectangle [] in Graphics I would like now to fit an image within a Rectangle[] with rounded edges as shown in the example below : Is it possible ?