For the STORM seminar of tomorrow, Filippo Andrea Fanni will give a presentation on the Analysis of geometric structures of color images in color/position space.
In the two last decades, creating and manipulating pictures has become a daily activity for many people. In order to improve their results, average users mostly apply preconfigured filters to personalize their pictures. Filters can be applied in real-time during the acquisition or in post-process. In both cases, filters are designed to offer control to the users, and let them give their own style to the pictures. Examples of such filters are color balance, exposure modification, or histogram transformations.
The goal of this internship is to study how to structure the colors of an image according to their distribution in color space RGB, and how to use this structure to adapt point processing algorithms to the image content. In order to do it, we test a constrained remeshing algorithm and analyze how the remeshing steps can lead us to the definition of a hierarchical palette.
This seminar will take place the 12/07 at 12:30pm in the Salle des Thèses at IRIT.