bitchlyps:

mudwerks:

(via This Chrome add-on lets you copy and erase text inside any image on the web)

What would you say if we told you that it’s possible to copy, translate, edit and even erase the text inside any image you find on the internet? Well, you can, and it’s a lot easier than you might think. All it requires is a new browser extension, called Project Naptha, made by developer Kevin Kwok. It uses a number of optical character recognition (OCR) algorithms, including libraries developed by Microsoft and Google, which quickly build a model of text regions, words and letters from nearly any image.
Once installed, you simply hover your cursor over available image text and select it. Using its built-in tools, you can do a number of things: Firstly, you can copy your selection. This is great if you’ve been emailed a scanned document or a screenshot of an error message. For instance, instead of jotting things down and manually typing it back into to Google, you can simply copy and paste the output directly into your search bar. If an image includes text you don’t understand, Naptha also supports numerous translation services, allowing you to decode a previously unintelligible language (at least to you) on the fly. However, perhaps the extension’s most impressive feature is its ability to edit and remove text. Using a technique similar toPhotoshop’s “Content-Aware Fill” featurecalled “inpainting,” Naptha captures each of the independent colours from regions around the text and intelligently fills the space where it used to be. It’s not perfect, but it certainly beats having to open a dedicated image editor…

oh
my
god

OKAY OKAY

bitchlyps:

mudwerks:

(via This Chrome add-on lets you copy and erase text inside any image on the web)

What would you say if we told you that it’s possible to copy, translate, edit and even erase the text inside any image you find on the internet? Well, you can, and it’s a lot easier than you might think. All it requires is a new browser extension, called Project Naptha, made by developer Kevin Kwok. It uses a number of optical character recognition (OCR) algorithms, including libraries developed by Microsoft and Google, which quickly build a model of text regions, words and letters from nearly any image.

Once installed, you simply hover your cursor over available image text and select it. Using its built-in tools, you can do a number of things: Firstly, you can copy your selection. This is great if you’ve been emailed a scanned document or a screenshot of an error message. For instance, instead of jotting things down and manually typing it back into to Google, you can simply copy and paste the output directly into your search bar. If an image includes text you don’t understand, Naptha also supports numerous translation services, allowing you to decode a previously unintelligible language (at least to you) on the fly. However, perhaps the extension’s most impressive feature is its ability to edit and remove text. Using a technique similar toPhotoshop’s “Content-Aware Fill” featurecalled “inpainting,” Naptha captures each of the independent colours from regions around the text and intelligently fills the space where it used to be. It’s not perfect, but it certainly beats having to open a dedicated image editor…

oh

my

god

OKAY OKAY

(via kordova)


miranda-meeks:

fezzine:

Miranda Meeks shocked me with this piece. A lot of contributors have touched on the incredible world-building of FEZ (myself included), but this is the only example of such realistic rendering of Gomez’s adventure. I love that it also conveys the Gomez’s (and my) sense of wondering when entering a new area!
Also I’m very proud to say that Miranda is one of three contributors that were accepted into this year’s Spectrum Annual! Go check out her work, and also see Richie Pope’s work (his piece and his tumblr), another of our Spectrum people!

Here’s an illustration I’m contributing to the Fezzine, created by Kevin Jay Stanton (here’s his Tumblr). I’m so glad I was able to be a part of this beautiful zine, and there are so many other illustrators I look up to in it. 
Thanks again Kevin!

miranda-meeks:

fezzine:

Miranda Meeks shocked me with this piece. A lot of contributors have touched on the incredible world-building of FEZ (myself included), but this is the only example of such realistic rendering of Gomez’s adventure. I love that it also conveys the Gomez’s (and my) sense of wondering when entering a new area!

Also I’m very proud to say that Miranda is one of three contributors that were accepted into this year’s Spectrum Annual! Go check out her work, and also see Richie Pope’s work (his piece and his tumblr), another of our Spectrum people!

Here’s an illustration I’m contributing to the Fezzine, created by Kevin Jay Stanton (here’s his Tumblr). I’m so glad I was able to be a part of this beautiful zine, and there are so many other illustrators I look up to in it. 

Thanks again Kevin!

(via awesomedigitalart)


Q
My girl wants me to make her scream in bed. Any tips?
Anonymous
A

moshturbate:

pull a gun on her


drparisa:

soulparticle:

Grand Theft Venice

#i then boated around the city belting out that’s amore
WHEN YOUR BOAT GETS SHANGAIED BY A WEIRD HOODED GUY,
THAT’S AMORE

drparisa:

soulparticle:

Grand Theft Venice

#i then boated around the city belting out that’s amore

WHEN YOUR BOAT GETS SHANGAIED BY A WEIRD HOODED GUY,

THAT’S AMORE

(via ladybolin)



baptisms:

Avril Lavigne’s new music video

(via digitallyimpaired)


every anti sj comic ever

Xtremely irrational minority person: kill and eat all straights
author self insert: oh my such vulgar language i almost felt a bead of sweat roll down my delicate forehead mmm yes oh my
good rational minority person: Hey, the Heterosexual Community has feelings that matter as much as yours or mine. By spouting such awful things you are literally oppressing people-their rights and privileges are being drained from them as you type on this microblogging site. To quote Dr. Martin Ghandi X, "why c an't we jsut bbe nice uwu"
Xtremely irrational minority person: *pees*
author self insert: thank u good rational minority person. it is a shame not everyone can be as good as u *feed treat*
good rational minority person: woof

klefable:


ghosts & fairies

klefable:

ghosts & fairies

(via gayrusvakarian)


acebunnie:

meeting people who like anime is either very good or very bad. 

(via thelof9)


mallius:

travel diary pt. 2 to 日本 [first trip]

5 days in OSAKA➝KYOTO [apr16~20]