Turn your two-bit doodles into fine artworks with deep neural networks, generate seamless textures from photos, transfer style from one image to another, perform example-based upscaling, but wait... there's more! (An implementation of Semantic Style Transfer.)
This feature is implemented in many graphics hardwares at least of most gaming consoles. Adding this feature would enable ImageSharp to natively allow for these specifications of graphics hardware to be supported out of the box.
As per OpenCV naming and implementation this feature is most likely known as "Remapping" or "Point remapping". So as the naming goes, it should incorporate either one.
When the image array passed to skimage.segmentation.slic() is a float array containing NaNs, the routine frequently crashes (most of the time, in my case). In Spyder, this causes a silent failure, with the print statement below failing to execute and the environment being reset. I've observed this behavior under both Windows and Linux.