Example from IX_tint
|ix (version: 2002.??.??)|
This is the sample code to produce the above example.
// declare input and out images
Image in, out;
// read input image
in = Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getImage("1.jpg");
// create an output IX_tint object for testing
IX_tint ix_output = new IX_tint(in);
// get the result image
out = ix_output.getOutputImage();
[Award]: These APIs are derived from the LIU package, the second place cash award winner of the ACM / IBM 1999 Quest for Java Programming Contest. Click here to read the interview at ACM's Contest site
[Description]: These powerful APIs can be programmed into your image editing software, web applications, animation, visual effects, etc. Most of the ideas here are inspired from general image processing, computer vision and graphics books, and from commercial packages like PhotoShop, PhotoVision, XV, Image Magick, GIMP, etc. Some of the algorithms are my own inventions, especially in the category, "Special Effect".
These APIs are derived from the LIU package. Feel free to check out LIU's 90+ online static examples to see what they can do.
[Parameters]: The usage of all the APIs are documented in SUN JDK's "javadoc" style. Click here to view one sample documentation Each API also comes with a demo source code illustrating the usage. On the left, we provide a simple example. You can see how easy it is to use an API.
[Tips]: There is no live demo for this package.
[Download and Installation Guide]: Be sure to read our FAQ 1 about license agreement before you use this program. Download and uncompress the program file ix.zip (not available yet) (plus optional LIU static examples liuex.zip) Use a browser to open "index.html"