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Offline tj

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Deblooming and removing microlense artifacts
« on: 2006 September 28 01:42:05 »

when talking about image processing with other people it looks like that the most annoying thing are blooming and microlense artifacts.

My special wish is a highly sophisticated and efficient filter for removing those image artifacts.

Thanks and best regards,

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Deblooming and removing microlense artifacts
« Reply #1 on: 2006 September 28 02:25:06 »
Hello TJ,

Thanks for reminding us this. Of course, an efficient deblooming tool is in order. Good point.

As you probably know, PixInsight Standard is a modular, open-architecture platform, where all processes and file formats are implemented as external modules. Why am I telling you this? Because it would be wonderful if other developers cheer up to write their own PixInsight modules implementing a wide range of image processing tools. Of course we are looking for prospective developers, but if a number of potential PixInsight users encourage them, it would be of great help in this sense.

A deblooming tool is an excellent example. We can try to write one, but take into account that our work load is immense, so we may be a bit slow (a few examples: we have to finish PixInsight, the PCL development framework, many complex processes, documentation, tutorials...)

Thank you very much for your interest.
Juan Conejero
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