Non-photorealistic image processing: an Impressionist rendering

11/25/2009 ∙ by Amelia Carolina Sparavigna, et al. ∙ 0

The paper describes an image processing for a non-photorealistic rendering. The algorithm is based on a random choice of a set of pixels from those ot the original image and substitution of them with colour spots. An iterative procedure is applied to cover, at a desired level, the canvas. The resulting effect mimics the impressionist painting and Pointillism.

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