Projects / SIOX4Java


SIOX4Java (Simple Interactive Object Extraction) is a Java SDK that provides a generic segmentation engine for extracting the foreground from still images with little user interaction. The underlying method (which has also been integrated into GIMP) is noise and motion blur robust and can easily be adapted for the segmentation of objects in videos. The SDK also contains an experimental feature called the "Detail Refinement Brush", which enables the removal of spill colors and manual refinement of highly detailed textures.

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  •  01 Jun 2006 16:57

    Release Notes: This release adds methods for video segmentation. There are minor documentation cleanups.

    •  16 Jan 2006 13:28

      Release Notes: This new release includes a brand new demo application that also works as an applet. The running signed applet is also available on the Web site. A lot of code clean ups were done. A bug in the detail refinement brush was fixed. If you are using any older version the API, you should upgrade to this version.

      •  09 Nov 2005 13:13

        Release Notes: The usability of test application was improved further. Bugs were fixed in the build script.

        •  04 Nov 2005 12:16

          Release Notes: The usability and the code readability of the demonstration application were improved.

          •  03 Nov 2005 13:49

            Release Notes: Major code cleanups were done. A bug concerning multiple foreground object selection was fixed. Further documentation was added.


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