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How to reverse engineer gradients back to a logical representation?

asked 2015-11-26 20:14:59 -0500

Philip Andrew gravatar image

I am trying to identify gradients in an image and then make a logical representation of the gradient which can then be converted to SVG output. There are so many types of gradients in images, linear gradients, circular gradients, simply search at google for

Assuming my code did already find a gradient, how can it then go about converting it to a logical representation which could then be converted to SVG?

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answered 2015-11-27 04:51:24 -0500

The only project I know of is the HOGGLES project of MIT. It aims at visualizing HOG models which are basically gradients poored into a model. There code is quite promising and a MATLAB version is available if I am correct.

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