[Image-SIG] Image Correction For Colorblind Users
oliver.siemoneit at philo.uni-stuttgart.de
Fri Sep 19 23:43:12 CEST 2008
I have finally managed to do some C-extensions for the improved color2gray
image transformation and the daltonize, see
image samples and code.
I owe this mainly to Kevin Cazabon, which has already done a very nice
Gaussian blur and unsharpen filter for PIL, see
http://mail.python.org/pipermail/image-sig/2008-May/005003.html . His code
served as a basis for my own coding work
This mail is also a reminder / request to consider making these things part
of a future PIL release ;-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Oliver Siemoneit" <oliver.siemoneit at philo.uni-stuttgart.de>
To: <image-sig at python.org>
Sent: Friday, September 12, 2008 6:30 PM
Subject: Image Correction For Colorblind Users
> I have implemented two image correction algorithms which probably could
> images more accessible for people with a color vision defeciency (see for
> some image samples and python code the zip archive attached).
> - One algorithm does an optimized color2gray transformation trying to
> preserve more details and thus overcoming the problems of normal
> - Another algorithm does some image correction on colored images,
> like the people on http://www.vischeck.com/daltonize/ do.
> Here my questions:
> 1.) Is this something for the PIL standard distribution, especially the
> color2gray algorithm?
> 2.) My problem is: Both algorithms are very slow. You can't use them
> on a productive system (e.g. a server where all pictures which have been
> uploaded are automattically transformed). Is there a way to speed this up?
> Is there a way to do some C-Plugin for PIL (I think I cannot optimize the
> pyhton code anymore)? I need a fast and platform independent way to
> transform images with the above algorithms (since I try to get that in the
> Moin Wiki standard distribution, see
> http://moinmo.in/FeatureRequests/EnhanceTransclusionSyntaxForImages and
> I would be very happy if I could get some advice how to speed that up
> how to integrate that with PIL. I am not an expert programmer. I'm at my
> wids' end.
> And sorry if this mail is a littel bit "off-topic" on this mailing list.
> I had no idea whom to ask.
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