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I've recently been asked to develop a 'Photo Booth'.
Now I face the following problem: The picture is taken with a green screen on the background. This green background must be replaced with a default, custom background image. This technique is called 'Chroma Key'. I've read a lot about this technique, but now I'm thinking how I can implement this technique.

Should I use CUDA coding or is there a straight C# programming technique to implement 'Chroma Key'?

Does anyone else here have some experience with this matter?

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Google is a great start. I don't personally know anything about Chroma Key replacement other than the theory behind it, but I got 214,000 results for "Chroma Key Implementation C#" in there. You are likely to find something pretty good in there.
Wannes Geysen 22-Dec-10 10:58am
Don't think I haven't googled it already. Like i said, I've read a lot about the technique and the implementation. I just want to know if someone else on the CP has experience in this matter
fjdiewornncalwe 22-Dec-10 18:36pm
sorry Wannes for making the assumption. Most questions we get here that don't explicitly show us that the subject has been searched aren't. As far as a practical implementation, I can't help you at all. Sorry.

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