ITEC2110:Spring2110:LutzActivitiesTemplate

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NOTES:

All of the wiki editing required below repeats skills we've already learned. Please refer back to the Personal Wiki Page homework or Project1-Part1 if you need to refresh your knowledge.

If you worked in a team, you may create one activity summary wiki page (for each individual activity) and point to it from each member's wiki page. Be sure to test that it works properly!

You may need to complete the wiki page outside of class. Be sure to move your files to a usb drive, an email account or a skydrive location before leaving class. You may want to record the tables for RGBRaw, RGBRaw-yellow and RGBRaw-orange on paper so that you can easily transcribe them to the wiki page later.

Animated Heart

Team members: xx, yy

File type

Notes

The image

The download

.xcf

Gimp project file

n/a

To download:
Option-Click here

.svg

--

Rlutz1-ITEC2110-heart.svg

To download:
Option-Click here

.gif

animated!

Rlutzz1-ITEC2110-heart-animated.gif

To download:
Option-Click here


RawRGB Activity

Team members: xx, yy

File

Size (bytes)

Raw image data options

The download

RGBRaw

18

width:3, height:2

To download:
Option-Click here

RGBRaw-yellow

??

width:?, height:?

To download:
Option-Click here

RGBRaw-orange

??

width:?, height:?

To download:
Option-Click here


RGBRaw Table (wiki style)

Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
Row 1 Red: 255 0 0 Green: 0 255 0 Blue: 0 0 255
Row 2 Black: 0 0 0 Gray: 127 127 127 White: 255 255 255

RGBRaw-yellow Table (html style)

Color: ## ## ## Color: ## ## ## Color: ## ## ##
Color: ## ## ## Color: ## ## ## Color: ## ## ##


RGBRaw-orange Table

Color: ## ## ## Color: ## ## ## Color: ## ## ##
Color: ## ## ## Color: ## ## ## Color: ## ## ##
Color: ## ## ## Color: ## ## ## Color: ## ## ##

The HSV values for orange are: ## ## ##.

How does a png or tiff file differ from the RGB file you've created?


Image Edit Research Activity (Example)

Using the iWarp Filter

  • What is this?
    • This filter allows you to interactively deform some parts of the image and, thanks to its Animate option, to create the elements of a fade in/fade out animation between the original image and the deformed one, that you can play and use in a Web page.
  • When do I do this?
    • You want to deform parts of an image
    • You want to deform parts of an image and then create incremental frames for an animation
    • Funhouse mirror effects / surreal editing of friends example
  • How do I use this?
    • Filters -> Distort -> iWarp
    • Move
    • Grow / Shrink
    • Play with the sliders
    • Animate
  • What do all of the options do?

Is there an equivalent operation in Photoshop? If so, what is it?

  • the Liquify tool

Sample images

Image Notes
Input RlutzITEC2110-pulsing-head-before.jpg from GGC's bio page
Result RlutzITEC2110-pulsing-head.gif I have a headache ...


Review Questions

  • Compare iWarp to Select/Scale
  • iWarp supports image enhancement AND creation of animation frames (True or False)?
  • iWarp is a valid strategy to employ for weight loss (True or False)?


Links

Personal tools