Inheritance diagram for superRGB_Filter:
Lets say you wanted to filter for red, if you were to just look at the red component and filter any color that has a red value over 180, for instance, then any white pixel will be filtered as a red pixel because white has a red value of 255. What superRGB_Filter does, is subtract out the secondary colors from the main color. Therefore, if you want to filter for red, then green and blue values get subtracted from the red value resulting in an overall value from 0-255. superRGB_Filter is only for red, green and blue (the three primary colors). The overall pixel value for the channel will be between 0-255 so you have the ability to match for how red, green, or blue you want an object.
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add example application code that shows how the processed images were output
Definition at line 77 of file superRGB_Filter.h.
Public Member Functions
|superRGB_Filter (int32_t inChannel=-1, int32_t outChannel=-1)|
|int||set (int32_t inChannel, int32_t outChannel)|
|phFilter *||cloneFilter ()|
Protected Member Functions
|Copyright (C) 2002 - 2007||
Philip D.S. Thoren ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
University Of Massachusetts at Lowell