Region Filling and Object Removal by Exempeler Based Image In painting
Nikhil Sharma1, Niharika Mehta2
1Nikhil Sharma, (Reasearch Scholar), NIT Kurukshetra, India.
2Niharika Mehta, (Research scholar), MRIU Faridabad.
Manuscript received on January 25, 2013. | Revised Manuscript Received on February 13, 2013. | Manuscript published on February 20, 2013. | PP: 26-31 | Volume-1, Issue-3, February 2013. | Retrieval Number: C0128021313/2012©BEIESP
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Abstract: Object removal from images is an image manipulation technique. Objects are removed from digital images and the hole left behind is filled by a graphical technique called inpainting in a visually plausible way. This technique can be applied not only to images consisting of simple textures but also to real life images having complex textures and color scheme. The goal in each case is to produce a modified image in which in painted region is merged into the image so seamlessly that typical viewer is not aware that any modification has occurred. Applications in image inpainting range from removal of an object from a scene to retouching of a damaged painting or photograph. Removing elements such as stamp dates or unwanted text from a picture. Red-eye removal also is one of the applications.
Keywords: Called inpainting in a visually plausible way.