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Date Posted: 10:59:16 12/19/07 Wed
Author: Peter Stadler
Subject: Image Separation with Envision image library


I am currently evaluating and checking different image processing
libraries in Delphi. I have a 3rd party code in c++ , which I would like
to implement in Delphi, which performs the following:
a) Read an image, mostly line drawings, but also fotos. This image
contains drawings or fotos
of several objects.
b) Depending on threshold outlines of different objects are found.
c) These different images are saved along the outlines as single images.

For demonstration I will show an animated gif, of what the program is doing.
This image starts with an image for 5 seconds showing all the objects.
Then in the next frames
every single object, which can be found by the program is shown in B/W,
while the other objects are shown reddish. Here comes the image:

<a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://www.winserion.org/LVAS/QAM/Animation_Image_Separator.gif">http://www.winserion.org/LVAS/QAM/Animation_Image_Separator.gif</a>

Afterwards, after stepping through these image regions, every region can
be saved as a separate image file.

I would like to know if such a program can be easily written with your
If yes how? Are there some pointers to such a program with your component?

Any help will be appreciated

Yours sincerely
Peter Stadler

P.S.: You can answer more fasten to my email address

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