Voronoi lines

asked 2015-04-07 15:25:03 -0500

MalcolmMaya gravatar image

updated 2015-04-07 18:04:20 -0500

I'm trying to have an image with the voronoi line (the point on the image which are at an equal distance of at least to 0-value pixel). I know of distanceTransform and for now I'm using this to return either the distance Mat or the label. I've tried using line detector to find the line but, if I use the label, I don't have all the line, if I use the distances, the image gets rather messy.

Using delaunay here isn't really an option because I have only an image with lines and no points to give to Subdiv2D. Plus subdiv doesn't give me an image as a result.

Is there any "easy way" to get all those point at equal distance of 0-value pixel ? If I could not have to reimplement a Voronoi less efficient than the one implemented I'll be really glad.

Here is a (bad) image made under GIMP. If the red lines are the 0-values point, then the black line would be my Voronoi lines :

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Sorry for the very badly drawn drawing !

What I tried for now :

  • Doing distanceTransform and then
    • Using Laplace/Sobel to get the lines directly on the Vronoi diagram
    • Using Laplace/Sobel on the label from CCOMP. That wasn't to bad but I missed some line. Especially, when There is a square (like in the figure) all the line are considered as 1element and I have no lines anymore.
  • Using Delaunay.
  • Calculating local maximum value . That gave quite good results but the lines are often disconnected.

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For exemple, here are my results with Laplace and Sobel using the label. The Laplace one here is perfect because non of the lines are connected. If I were to put a "dead-end" (connect the two line on top for example), my top line would disappear. And I don't want that :)

Thanks !

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if you could visualize (e.g. add some images) what you want to achieve might be easier to provide any hints.

theodore gravatar imagetheodore ( 2015-04-07 17:00:31 -0500 )edit