Perspective Cropper 1.2.1 for Windows

I just released Perspective Cropper application for Windows platforms. I created this app a few months ago to quickly crop and correct the perspective distortion in a huge set of scanned documents and images. The pictures were taken using my smartphone from papers and documents laid on a table and from a few old family albums. Almost all of them had a lit bit of unwanted borders and perspective distortions and my goal was to just keep the parts I needed and remove the unwanted parts in addition to the correct and upright view of the images, as if they were scanned using a scanner.

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Live Fourier Transform Using Fourier Camera

You can use my new Android app to use the cameras on your phone for a live Fourier Transformation of objects and surroundings. It’s called Fourier Camera and it can be downloaded from the following link:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.amahta.fouriercamera

This application uses OpenCV and Qt framework. If you’ve got any questions about it, you can post your comments below.