Aurélien

About Aurélien

Auteur d'articles, de livres, de programmes, de photographies et de quelques études. Formé à la musique, à la physique classique, à l'ingénierie/conception et à la programmation. Déformé à l'épistémologie, aux mathématiques et à la philosophie. Quand j'étais petit, on m'a dit que je devrai finir par choisir entre une carrière artistique ou scientifique. J'ai préféré abandonner l'idée d'avoir une carrière. .
16 March 2020

Bilinear interpolation on images stored as Python Numpy ndarray

2020-04-01T11:10:54-04:0016 March 2020|Categories: Image processing|Tags: , |0 Comments

If you are working in image processing and using Python as a prototyping script language to test algorithms, you might have noticed that all the libs providing fast image interpolation methods (to either sub-sample or over-sample) work in 8 bits unsigned integers ([crayon-5f5f5bbe88a36569530915-i/]). This is quite annoying if you are working with floating point images. [...]

17 January 2019

Derivating HDR-IPT direct and inverse transformations

2020-01-03T22:50:40-05:0017 January 2019|Categories: Image processing|3 Comments

Following my work on the filmic tonemapping, several users have reported issues with very saturated blue areas (stage spotlights, bright skies) and red areas. The grail of image processing is being able to affect colors and brightness independantly. The big conundrum of tonemapping is raising luminance without affecting perceptual colors, and, by color, [...]

5 May 2018

Make Jupyter Notebooks easy to blog in WordPress

2020-04-06T12:42:50-04:005 May 2018|Categories: Calculation|Tags: , , , , |5 Comments

I have struggled with most solutions to convert and embed Jupyter notebooks into WordPress blog posts since I use Plotly as a graphic lib, as well as many LaTeX equations and images. Finally, I had to code my way through. Here is what I did :1. Write the jupyter notebookNothing that you don't know here. [...]

25 April 2018

Optimize a van shelf

2019-08-27T17:07:23-04:0025 April 2018|Categories: Mechanical design|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

A few weeks ago, I discovered the tiny world of tiny houses and camping-vans and found that quite amazing. However, the current commercial camping vans look pretty sub-optimal to me, because they are equipped with kitchen-style furniture, meaning heavy, stand-alone stuff made of chipwood/OSB panels 1.5 cm thick. See for yourself : [...]

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