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Efficient Image Resizing With ImageMagick
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mogrify -path OUTPUT_PATH -filter Triangle -define filter:support=2 -thumbnail OUTPUT_WIDTH -unsharp 0.25x0.25+8+0.065 -dither None -posterize 136 -quality 82 -define jpeg:fancy-upsampling=off -define png:compression-filter=5 -define png:compression-level=9 -define png:compression-strategy=1 -define png:exclude-chunk=all -interlace none -colorspace sRGB -strip INPUT_PATH
digital_tools 
6 weeks ago by wynkenhimself
GitHub - lizadaly/nanogenmo2014: Entry for NaNoGenMo 2014
Generate a 50,000+ word "book" based on the Voynich Manuscript. Uses the following resources:
material_book  digital_tools 
july 2017 by wynkenhimself
Image Glitch Tool
With this app, you can glitch your own images by dragging an image into the browser window. You can use the sliders in the control panel to alter the glitched parameters. The image updates in real time. 
digital_tools  tools 
june 2017 by wynkenhimself
Digital Tools | Classroom Resources | PBS LearningMedia
list of digital tools for interesting art projects, assignments, and teaching opportunities. wide spectrum of tools from video to audio to infovis to social media. Found through PBS Learning Media Professional Development
digital_tools  tools  steam  media_art  music  infovis  video  social_software  software 
april 2017 by bytezen
Google reduces JPEG file size by 35% | Ars Technica UK
Google has developed and open-sourced a new JPEG algorithm that reduces file size by about 35 percent—or alternatively, image quality can be significantly improved while keeping file size constant. Importantly, and unlike some of its other efforts in image compression (WebP, WebM), Google's new JPEGs are completely compatible with existing browsers, devices, photo editing apps, and the JPEG standard.
imaging  digital_tools 
march 2017 by wynkenhimself
Traherne Digital Collator – The Oxford Traherne
The Oxford Traherne, in collaboration with Professor Andrew Zisserman FRS and Joon Son Chung (Visual Geometry Group, Engineering Science, Oxford), and Dr Christopher Palmer (Physics, Oxford), has developed the Traherne Digital Collator, an innovative digital collation system, which is easier to use than existing methods of optical collation, will enable faster and more detailed textual comparison, and make it possible to analyse the printed text in ways not currently possible. We anticipate that it will transform the scholarly editing process, and become a standard research tool.

We believe that collation should not be divorced from examination of the material text, and that there will always be features which can only be interpreted by the examination of the original volume. We have therefore designed a system which combines digital functionality with the retention of the vital link to the physical text. It consists of image comparison software and associated image capture equipment, in a portable form suitable for use in libraries. Live images of the physical volume are displayed by the camera on a laptop, while the software compares them with existing photographs of a second copy of the text and automatically identifies variants. The software performs transformations to align the images, and can offer a choice of several different visualizations of the variants. It can also be used independently with two image sets.
digital_tools  material_book 
march 2017 by wynkenhimself

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