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hi friends,
i am doing project based on jewellery management system. In that i have two images 1.jewal 2.webcam image that contain human image,from this when i click jewel image it will automatically stitched with human neck without losing their resolution.is it possible with .net framework or need any other platform need to finishing this process.if anybody know about this please give me an idea to solve this.


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Updated 19-Apr-12 2:47am
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Just the idea: I bet I would be able to see the forgery in image, no matter which framework you are using. The jewel is transparent or semi-transparent, it drops numerous reflections and shadows on everything, first and foremost on human skin. You should also model strong refraction with dispersion of material (dependency of refraction index on the wavelength) which creates rainbow effects. Do you think you would be able to model all this? And if you can, do you think you can deal with all that in combination with human skin?

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baskaran chellasamy 19-Apr-12 5:50am    
ok.,first i need to extract human body from webcam image.which algorithm will help me.
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 19-Apr-12 12:17pm    
All algorithms I ever heard of are for image recognition or motion recognition (security or something), not for rendering images for presentation before human eyes. All automatic processing I saw was never satisfying in quality. I would not waste time on it.
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it is better to use matlab for this as i did a project face segmentation in my final year project and this is my guess if any better option go ahead with that and tell me also thanks
 
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 19-Apr-12 12:18pm    
Of course you can do the segmentation, but how you compose and generate the forget image OP wants? This is a very different thing. Please take a look at my answer.
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