inpaint

inpaint

To renew damaged areas on paintings or painted surfaces by repainting.
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Among great tools developed by the company are Inpaint, iResizer, PhotoScissors, DupHunter, FolderIco and PhotoStitcher.
This method can inpaint preserving shapes, however it is possible to see the loss of sharpness in the inpainted regions.
In this paper, in order to achieve accurate results of calibration, an efficient local repairing algorithm has been proposed to inpaint the depth image obtained by Kinect.
In order for an inpaint contaminant to cause craters, it must have a low surface tension, be sufficiently incompatible so that it comes to the surface, yet must be able to diffuse enough into the surrounding paint to give a surface tension gradient.
Frescoes and sculptures usually in the shadows are brightly illuminated with broad-spectrum lights as, with a steady hand, conservators cautiously clean, repair, and inpaint under the eyes of curious onlookers.
The ethics of modern conservation allow us only to inpaint the immediate loss area in a different medium to the artist.
"A user selects the region to inpaint," Sapiro says.
New York, NY, August 05, 2015 --(PR.com)-- TeoreX launches a new online retouching service based on the cross-platform acclaimed retouching tool Inpaint. WebInpaint removes unnecessary objects from photos fast and with little effort.
The main products are Inpaint, PhotoScissors, iResizer and PhotoStitcher.
In the "inpaint" case, occlusion pixels are filled in using a digital inpainting procedure.
Inpaint 6.2 instantly removes scratches, watermarks, timestamps and even complex objects like strangers, unwanted elements and background debris automatically.
Alexandria, VA, September 19, 2014 --(PR.com)-- TeoreX announces Inpaint 6, a simple retouching tool for end users.