BitmapPerceptualDifference

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Description

Calculate a perceptual difference metric between two bitmap images
Plugin Status:Experimental
Categories:All Plugins, Experimental Plugins, Bitmap Plugins, Test Plugins

Metadata

Name Value

Properties

Label Description Type Script Name
Input A A input bitmap k3d::bitmap* input_a
Input B B input bitmap k3d::bitmap* input_b
Field-of-view Field-of-view (degrees) k3d::double_t field_of_view
Gamma Gamma k3d::double_t gamma
Luminance Display Luminance (candela per square meter) k3d::double_t luminance
Difference The count of perceivably-different pixels k3d::uint32_t difference
Output Bitmap Output bitmap k3d::bitmap* output_bitmap


Overview

BitmapPerceptualDifference is used primarily for regression tests that need to compare bitmap images for equivalence - it is based on a physiological model of human vision that allows it to ignore differences between images that wouldn't normally be perceivable by a human.

Credits

BitmapPerceptualDifference is based on the work of Hector Yee, et al, available at http://pdiff.sourceforge.net/

For K-3D we hacked the pdiff sources so we could embed them in a K-3D bitmap modifier.

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