A pencil sketch to colorable SVG webapp made at Make Hacks.
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include
test
.DS_Store
.gitignore
Makefile
README.md
instance_factory.hpp
photo.js
processor.hpp
processor_houghline.cpp
singleton_factory.hpp
text_processor.cpp
url_loader_handler.cpp
url_loader_handler.hpp
vtrize.cpp
vtrize.hpp
vtrize.nmf
vtrize_instance.hpp

README.md

Vectorizor

A full-stack webdev project started at Make Hacks and finished at... well it's ongoing :)

  • Author: Jason Lin
  • Languages used: C++, JavaScript (JSON), HTML/CSS
  • Website: www.vectorizor.com
  • Latest update: Nov 22 2015 5:50PM PST

###Code Organization###

Directory structure


> include
	> temp
> test 
	> temp
> assets
	> js
	> css
> vtrize.nmf
> vtrize.hpp
> vtrize.cpp
> vtrize_instance.hpp (hpp w/ implementation) 
> processor.hpp
> processor_houghline.cpp
> url_loader_handler.hpp
> url_loader_handler.cpp
> singleton_factory.hpp
> text_processor.cpp (where main is located)
> instance_factory.hpp
> photo.js
> Makefile

Frameworks & Libraries

NaCl (Google Native Client), RapidJSON, PepperJS

UI: Twitter Bootstrap 3 ###Backend###


> app.py
> *textsearch.txt
> alchemyapi.py
> api_key.txt

#####PNaCl#### Using the REST API

###OpenCV###

#####Hough Transform##### Hough Space vs. Cartesian Space

A line can be detected by finding the number of intersections between curves.The more curves intersecting means that the line represented by that intersection have more points. In general, we can define a threshold of the minimum number of intersections needed to detect a line.