Poster or Presentation Title

Rotoscoping Image Processing

Location

Schewel 232

Access Type

Open Access

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Start Date

April 2022

Department

Computer Science

Abstract

I wrote a program to perform rotoscoping image processing. Rotoscoping is an animation technique that is used to turn real images into cartoon images. This is a lengthy process to do by hand, taking hundreds of hours. To make this job easier, I have written a program to do automated rotoscoping. This program uses many algorithms and techniques such as edge detection, blurring, directional detection, and edge tracking. What once would take hours by hand, takes seconds!

Faculty Mentor(s)

Dr. Joseph Meehean

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Apr 6th, 2:30 PM

Rotoscoping Image Processing

Schewel 232

I wrote a program to perform rotoscoping image processing. Rotoscoping is an animation technique that is used to turn real images into cartoon images. This is a lengthy process to do by hand, taking hundreds of hours. To make this job easier, I have written a program to do automated rotoscoping. This program uses many algorithms and techniques such as edge detection, blurring, directional detection, and edge tracking. What once would take hours by hand, takes seconds!