Microsoft Releases SEAMonster “Content-Aware Image Resizing” Utility

 
In April, I saw SEAMonster demonstrated by one of the Microsoft Research guys. It’s hard to quickly explain the amazing differences between simply "cropping or resizing an image" as opposed to "content-aware seam carving" — so pah-lease:
    1. Watch this quick video!
    2. Download SEAMonster Beta
Can SEADragon be released next?
(Thanks Mike!)
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One Response to Microsoft Releases SEAMonster “Content-Aware Image Resizing” Utility

  1. Michael says:

    Thanks for the blog post, but this is a spare-time personal project that doesn’t have anything to do with SeaDragon. It’s simply an implementation of an algorithm that was presented at SIGGRAPH 2007 this year. But I appreciate your enthusiasm! :-)

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