Image Inpainting

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Image inpainting (or image interpolation) is used to retouch parts of an image. You can draw in the left graphic to create one or more curves. The Demonstration shows the inpainted result on the right. You can choose from three different methods, change the line thickness, and remove previously sketched curves.

Contributed by: Piotr Wendykier and Faisal Whelpley (October 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA




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