µStreamer is a lightweight and very quick server to stream MJPG video from any V4L2 device to the net. All new browsers have native support of this video format, as well as most video players such as mplayer, VLC etc. µStreamer is a part of the Pi-KVM project designed to stream VGA and HDMI screencast hardware data with the highest resolution and FPS possible.
If you're going to live-stream from your backyard webcam and need to control it, use mjpg-streamer. If you need a high-quality image with high FPS - µStreamer for the win.
Written in C.
Upload an image and data that you'd like converted into a QR code, and the site will combine the two into a QR code that can also be read by a scanner. Animated images are possible by using this service to upload individual frames which can then be stitched back together into an animated .gif or .png.
Create custom animated emoji out of existing images. Handles the animation for you based upon the kind you pick, you don't have to do the animation yourself.
There is a native Arch Linux package, too.
Recovers passwords from pixelized screenshots.
This implementation works on pixelized images that were created with a linear box filter.
In this article I cover background information on pixelization and similar research.
Requires that the user supply a De Bruijn sequence of characters that could be expected to appear in the obfuscated text.
It won't be perfect but it'll probably get you within spitting distance.
An online warning sign generator. Pick a signal word, pictograms, enter some text, and you have a warning sign.
Script that will detect if a stranger is trying to use your laptop or if a stranger/authorized driver is trying to drive your car. This script will detect the face, and send you an email if new user is not identified.
A Python script that converts images into ASCII art.
A generative adversarial network that takes images and re-does them in various anime studios' styles. GPU enabled. Download the pre-trained model to get a jumpstart.
The description's kind of weird, but it seems to use a neural network to generate pictures of someone based upon a picture that you give it. "Generate your lover with your photo," whatever that means.
A collection of thousands of blob emoji for use. Apache 2.0 licensed.
Full-featured photo image editor using canvas. It is really easy, and it comes with great filters. Fairly basic but it's not trying to be the Gimp, it's trying to make it easier to edit pictures. Crop, flip, sketch, add shapes, add text... basic stuff but that's usually what you need. Includes some common filters. Throw it into an HTML page and you're good to go.
Incorporates Google Analytics, but there are directions in the README for disabling it.
Build it yourself, pull it from a CDN, or (probably) download it from the CDN and host it locally.
Simple, fast command-line tool to get photos from Twitter accounts. You can also use it to download your own, or images from your favorites list.
We use an algorithm inspired by the human brain. It uses the stylistic elements of one image to draw the content of another. Get your own artwork in just three steps.
This free-to-use set features images of cats found in the Library's collections. Staff "experts" contributed their favorite photos, posters & illustrations.
I designed these free logos for your open source projects.
You can claim any, community will decide which project should get it.
Jasper the eyeless sphinx cat!
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