16 January 2006 Ubiquitous image processing: a novel image-enhancement facility for consumers
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Image-enhancement technology has been developed from first principles whereby an unskilled user may enhance and optimize the image quality of any digital photograph to personal choice within a matter of seconds. The novel methodology, which by virtue of its simple user-interface, real-time computation, and lack of any appreciable user learning-curve, naturally lends itself to many practical imaging applications in addition to that of a stand-alone application, including digital cameras, printers and photo-kiosks, or provision as an image-processing web-service. The basic imaging philosophy and principles leading to the development of this enhancement technology are discussed.
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Rodney Shaw, Rodney Shaw, Paul Johnson, Paul Johnson, } "Ubiquitous image processing: a novel image-enhancement facility for consumers", Proc. SPIE 6058, Color Imaging XI: Processing, Hardcopy, and Applications, 60580B (16 January 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.641489; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.641489
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