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== Official screenshot ==
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This is the reference image I use as demonstration.
 
This is the reference image I use as demonstration.
  
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== Algorithm demonstration ==
  
 
A typical test of the comparison algorithm:  
 
A typical test of the comparison algorithm:  
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== Different resolutions ==
  
 
Flowers photos of different resolutions:
 
Flowers photos of different resolutions:
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== Similar pictures ==
  
 
VisiPics sometimes digs interesting pictures when set loose (to allow greater differences).
 
VisiPics sometimes digs interesting pictures when set loose (to allow greater differences).
  
Two marvelous sunsets, similar, but not the same photo. Which ones is your prefered?
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Two marvelous sunsets, similar, but not the same photo. Which one is your preferred?
  
 
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Revision as of 03:28, 4 January 2008

Contents

Official screenshot

This is the reference image I use as demonstration.

It's taken from VisiPics v1.10

VisiPicsInterface.jpg


Algorithm demonstration

A typical test of the comparison algorithm:

  • Each picture is looking alike
  • They are all black and white, giving few informations
  • But they are all different! (it's sometimes not obvious because VisiPics filter them)

See how VisiPics manages to find which ones are pairs, and which ones are not.

Patchwork.gif

Patchwork2.gif


Different resolutions

Flowers photos of different resolutions:

  • Some are 100x75 (thumbnails)
  • Originals are between 400x300 and 500x400

Those look like almost exact similars, VisiPics detect them easily.

Flowers.gif


Similar pictures

VisiPics sometimes digs interesting pictures when set loose (to allow greater differences).

Two marvelous sunsets, similar, but not the same photo. Which one is your preferred?

Sunsets.jpg

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