SauceNAO is a reverse image search engine. The name 'SauceNAO' is derived from a slang form of "Need to know the source of this Now!" which has found common usage on image boards and other similar sites.
HaveIBeenTrained uses clip retrieval to search the Laion-5B and Laion-400M image datasets. These are currently the largest public text-to-image datsets, and they are used to train models like Stable Diffusion, Imagen, among many others.
When it's time to train a generative AI system, organizations like Stability use those datasets to download the images from their links and present them to the model with their captions.
With HaveIBeenTrained, artists can search these databases for links to their work and flag them for removal. We partner with Laion, who built these datasets, to remove those links. This helps ensure that future models will not be trained with work that has been opted out.
An archive of high-res images of classic BBC television and movie sets from just about every genre (including science fiction and Doctor Who).
Fediverse stickers - grab 'em and print 'em.
A truly single-file, no-database, drop-in PHP media gallery. Everything else wanted a database setup, or was just way, way outside the scope of what I wanted: just cleanly serve images, video, audio, pdf and text assets using the filesystem for organization. Don't overthink the capabilities of this: you won't find tags, comments, or much of anything outside of directories and filenames. I keep a fresh copy in the /build directory of the master build. Literally just copy/paste, edit the config block pointing to a media path (it defaults to /media), and off you go. If a directory has an readme.md file, it will be rendered below the directories and media. Will create and serve basic thumbnail images from the .data directory.
Just show media.
These wonderful diagrams are to be found in Entdeckungen über die Theorie des Klanges (Discoveries in the Theory of Sound), a late 18th-century work by German physicist and musician Ernst Chladni (1756–1827), in which he details his experiments — for which he is sometimes labelled the "father of acoustics" — with vibrating plates and nodal patterns. More than a century earlier the English scientist Robert Hooke had run a violin bow along the edge of a flour-covered glass plate and observed strange patterns forming. These patterns were caused by "nodal lines", the still areas of an otherwise vibrating plate. Chladni perfected these initial experiments by Hooke (using mostly sand this time) and introduced them systematically in his 1787 book, providing a significant contribution to the understanding of acoustic phenomena and how musical instruments functioned. Such patterns are now commonly termed "Chladni figures".
Ventoy is an open source tool to create bootable USB drive for ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)/EFI files. With ventoy, you don't need to format the disk over and over, you just need to copy the ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)/EFI files to the USB drive and boot them directly. You can copy many files at a time and ventoy will give you a boot menu to select them. You can also browse ISO/WIM/IMG/VHD(x)/EFI files in local disks and boot them. x86 Legacy BIOS, IA32 UEFI, x86_64 UEFI, ARM64 UEFI and MIPS64EL UEFI are supported in the same way. Over 900 operating systems and counting (F/OSS and otherwise) have been tested and are known to work.
A flatbed document and book scanner. Will also scan 3d objects that'll fit under the camera. Minimum of 13MP image resolution (4160 x 3120), can handle up to A3 size documents. Maximum document thickness: 10mm. Scanner camera's height above the document is adjustable. As fast as one second per scan. Portable - can be folded up for transportation. Can detect when you turn the page or change the document, look for the new page, and automatically take the next image. Abbyy OCR functionality built in. Scans to Word documents, PDF, Excel spreadsheets, or TIFF image files. Software for Windows (back to XP) and OS X.
Shows up as a UVC device under Linux (archived), so any image or video capture software that is UVC enabled can do the work for you.
This is collection of the emoji I have collected from the interwebs that I use in all of my slack teams. They're mostly pop culture, including Adventure Time, NES Zelda and Mario Brothers, Futurama, and misc internet memes. Enjoy!
Huge collection of the animated gifs I use on http://tumblr.snipe.net and in my other Github issues/pull requests to make contributing more fun.
Yes, I know a few of them are not actually gifs. Quiet, you.
Note: This repo is big. It has ~2.7k animated gifs, and they're all awesome, but it's big and it will take some time to download/clone.
This is a simple chrome/firefox add-on that lists all the images under your mouse cursor. Simply right-click and hit "Right-Click Borescope." A modal will pop up that lists all the discovered images.
Use this to get around the dirty tricks that stop us from clicking "open image in new tab."
Pinta is a free, open source program for drawing and image editing.
Its goal is to provide users with a simple yet powerful way to draw and manipulate images on Linux, Mac, Windows, and *BSD. Drawing tools, image effects, multiple layers, and full editing history.
A tool to converts images to IQ streams that are visible when viewed in a waterfall plot.
Transform any image into a prime number that looks like the image if glanced upon from far away.
An anonymous and ephemeral Docker image registry. Free to use. No need to sign up or login. Open source. Names of images can be UUIDs. Maximum lifetime is 24 hours.
Uses Docker's registry:2 image under the hood with some extra tooling. Bluh.
Robohash is a easy web service that makes it easy to provide unique, robot/alien/monster/whatever images for any text. Put in any text, such as IP address, email, filename, userid, or whatever else you like, and get back a pretty image for your site. With hundreds of millions of variations, Robohash is the among the leading robot-based hashing tools on the web.
Kind of like Chernoff faces.
Outputs several kinds of image files.
Installable with pip.
Executables aren't added to
$venv/bin/, though. You'll have to run them out of
$venv/lib/pythonX.Y/site-packages/robohash/. The executables are:
Both respond to