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A Technique of Applying Embedded Sensors to Intuitive Adjustment of Image Filtering Effect in Smart Phone
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A Technique of Applying Embedded Sensors to Intuitive Adjustment of Image Filtering Effect in Smart Phone
Kim, Jiyeon; Kwon, Sukmin; Jung, Jongjin;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a user interface technique based on embedded sensors applying to apps in smart phone. Especially, we implement avata generation application using image filtering technique for photo image in smart phone. In the application, The embedded sensors are used as intuitive user interface to adjust the image filtering effect for making user satisfied effect in real time after the system produced the image filtering effect for avatar. This technique provides not a simple typed method of parameter values adjustment but a new intuitively emotional adjustment method in image filtering applications. The proposed technique can use sound values from embedded mike sensor for adjusting key values of sketch filter effect if the smart phone user produces sound. Similiarly the proposed technique can use coordinate values from embedded acceleration sensor for adjusting masking values of oil painting filter effect and use brightness values from embedded light sensor for adjusting masking values of sharp filter effect. Finally, we implement image filtering application and evaluate efficiency and effectiveness for the proposed technique.
 Keywords
Image Filtering;Embedded Sensor;Non-photorealistic Rendering;User Interface;
 Language
Korean
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