Monday, June 10, 2019

SuperCogAlg Blob Formation Interactive Inspection Videos

Clustering (segmentation) with my current implementation up to "blobs". Still a work in progress, but interactivity is growing.

It's not yet optimized, but the rendering of the items is deliberately slow in order the relations between them to be visible during drawing. The text part resembles PDF file rendering in the past on a slow PC with poor graphics card.

In the video games line, the first example resembles Conway's "Game of life", even cells with nuclei appear. :)

One of the Plovdiv's hills: (photo: mine)

An image from "Super Contra" NES video game (by Konami)

Web Text, big fonts (from the Vanilla CogAlg's issues)

The next step in the project besides debugging is the so called intra-blob formation - incremental segmentation within the ranges of each blob using different comparison criteria. I'll also be adding more interactivity etc.

More examples

Segmented frame from Konami's "Super Contra"

The beach in Samos, the island of Pythagoras. Original photo: MK.

Super CogAlg
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Saturday, June 1, 2019

Super CogAlg - Segments-Blobs

Call for partners and co-founders

A processed frame from the video game "Super Contra" and some segment-blob-like structures*, looking like Tetris, rendered by my work-in-progress implementation and environment for general incremental pattern discovery. Currently it follows some of the basic comparisons of  the "Vanilla" version of CogAlg, but not exactly and probably will diverge and extend, since it's not supposed to be just a port.

It is also supposed to be interactive and "playable".

"The spirit of the video games" - now in color. :)

The rocket-picture by the Vanilla CogAlg displays more advanced structures, though.

* segments and blobs - see in CogAlg

Edit: 7-6-2019

Still a work in progress: