CSE590SS - Final Project
Brett Allen

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Commercial paint programs such as Adobe Photoshop are shipped with a wide variety of filters that can be used to stylize your image. These effects, documented in extensive NPR literature, can change the apparent medium of the image to watercolor, oil paint, or a variety of other styles. However, when one moves into the realm of video, there is a dearth of such features. For my project, I developed a kind of video filter that would "cartoonize" a given section of video. Starting from a video sequence of a real-world scene, the filter reduces each frame to blobs of solid color with black outlines to show detail. This process is completely automatic, with a few initial parameters.

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Brett Allen (allen@cs.washington.edu)