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Natural Language Photo Editing

Posted by kiwiscanfly on May 2, 2007

A new Xerox prototype aims to let people use simple natural-language commands to tweak photos and documents, avoiding complex color-editing tools.
clipped from www.technologyreview.com
Color editing: In the prototype technology from Xerox, a series of simple written commands changes color characteristics in an original landscape shot (top) to a modified version (bottom) without the user having to understand complex color-editing software. View slide show to see how it works.
Credit: Xerox
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• View a slide show of how Xerox’s technology works.
Researchers at the Xerox Research Center Webster, in Webster, NY, say that they have developed a prototype that makes color editing intuitive by allowing people to simply type in commands that say things like “Make the background more yellow” or “I want the sky a darker blue.”
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