Image Palette Transfer in Python

Images are composed of varying hues of color. Digitally, the composition of RGB pixels is what is projected from the screens of our devices to display an image. Transferring RGB pixels from one image to another is a rather interesting question to ask: what does a flower look like when it takes the color of a mountain scenery?

May 15, 2021, 1:00 – 2:30 PM

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DataMachine Learning

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Images are composed of varying hues of color. Digitally, the composition of RGB pixels is what is projected from the screens of our devices to display an image. Transferring RGB pixels from one image to another is a rather interesting question to ask: what does a flower look like when it takes the color of a mountain scenery?

In this workshop, we will look at how to use clustering to reduce tens of thousands of unique RGB pixels down to tens of the most important pixels, transfer in reduced color space, random walks in color space and also look at how to solve a seemingly insurmountable problem of transferring whole palettes.

Speaker

  • Syafiq Kamarul Azman

    Khalifa University

    Research Engineer

Host

  • Shorook Saleh

    Fullstack Developer | WTM Ambassador

Organizers

  • Zainab AlMeraj

    Kuwait University

    GDG Organizer

  • Fajer D

    GDG Kuwait Organizer

  • Eng. Abdulaziz Al-Ahmed

    GDG Organizer

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