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A major challenge, recognize the horizon

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amarques74
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Hello,

wanted to know if is possible to calculate an image of the sea where the horizon isthat pixel's distance between the bottom of the photo and the horizon.

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Rafael Santos Guest
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Sorry, I can't get what is to be done (and why is it a major challenge :-)
Can you create a mock-up with any graphics editor (explaining what you
expect?)

Rafael

> Hello,
>
> wanted to know if is possible to calculate an image of the sea where the
> horizon isthat pixel's distance between the bottom of the photo and
> the horizon.
> (See picture)
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>

quake4ialdaris1
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Investigate thresholding or grayscaling the image and performing some sort
of line detection algorithm against the produced image, I'm assuming that
thresholding that image would produce quite an evident line assuming that
the separation of contrast between the sky and the sea is different enough.

On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 11:15 AM, wrote:

> Hello,
>
> wanted to know if is possible to calculate an image of the sea where the
> horizon isthat pixel's **distance between the bottom of the photo and
> the horizon.
> (See picture)
>
>
>
>
>
>

amarques74
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Anyone have any sample code?. An example of line detection algorithm in the image.