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This little project is showing some easy picture manipulation functions, that have been implemented in one of my courses in high school (color separation, blurring, mosaik, mirroring, rotation, histograms).
The smilie is the reset-button!
One of my goals has been to implement a possibility to easily show the result of run length encoding in a 1 bit monochrom picture. Clicking on the black and white actor transforms the background image into a monochrom image and adds a small box and a bigger zoombox (after dragging the little box). The zoomfactor is 8. Move around the small box until you find an appropriate spot on the picture. Releasing the mouse adds an additional actor, that shows the result of run length encoding. The first two numbers denote the amount of pixels horizontally and vertically. The following text-string is showing the result of the run length encoding, whereas the "B" means "black" and "W" means "white". The memory requirements with or without run length encoding are being calculated.
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