Efficient Image Blur in Web-Based Applications
Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceeding
Scripting languages require the use of high-level library functions to implement efficient image processing; thus, real-time image blur in web-based applications is a challenging task unless specific library functions are available for this purpose. We present a pyramid blur algorithm, which can be implemented using a subimage copy function, and evaluate its performance with various web browsers in comparison to an infinite impulse response filter. While this pyramid algorithm was first proposed for GPU-based image processing, its applicability to web-based applications indicates that some GPU techniques are of more general interest than previously assumed.
|Title||Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics 2010 : Eurographics UK Chapter Proceedings|
|Editors||John Collomosse, Ian Grimstead|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publisher||European Association for Computer Graphics|
|Conference||Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics, TPCG 2010|
|Periode||06/09/10 → 08/09/10|
- image processing, pyramid algorithm
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