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asked 2013-04-19 19:22:06 -0500

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updated 2013-04-21 04:33:51 -0500

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Hi guys,

I am implementing "Quad Warping" in order to do fat/skinny face effect. Quad Warping is quite much work but I don't know if there is any other options to do the face effect things.

Anyways, I sort of completed writing code but the result image seems not right and I wonder if it is a bug in OpenCV. Please see the image below:

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Can you guys notice the pixels have been rotated up even though size of resulting rectangle is right? Is this a bug? or a right attribute of WarpPerspective() ?

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Guanta gravatar imageGuanta ( 2013-04-20 05:23:17 -0500 )edit

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answered 2013-04-22 12:03:50 -0500

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Okay. I got it by myself. WarpPerspective() doesn't actually give us a right result when we want all contents in the image staying in a same relative position. WarpAffine is the answer. Only thing I think it's annoying is that it only transforms triangles.

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answered 2013-04-20 14:22:31 -0500

It is not clear how Quad Warping relates to projective transformation. The "bug" in WarpPerspective is not visible in the images you provided. You should give more details about what exactly you were doing.

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Dude. I attached 6 photos. Look at the upper right photo. Can't you see the four parts of the photo are discontinuous? And can't you imagine what the correct one should look like? Do you need more explanation on this?

Assuming a transformation is made from (0,0)(10,0)(0,10)(10,10) to (0,0)(10,0)(0,10)(15,10) on the image. Because only the bottom right point moves right, the pixels in the original image should stretch towards right. The more stretch in the lower part. They must not stretch to neither left, down nor up. Tell me if you need more explanation here. However, in the transformed image which WarpPerspective() resulted looks like the 6th photo in the attached. Please find the red horizontal grid I drew. The pixels in the original image actually shifted towards up!

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