What is Picture to People ?

"Picture to People" (P2P) is a huge Computer Graphics project. It was started to create new softwares able to make 2D drawing, 3D rendering, vexel drawing, text effects, photo effects, image filtering and other complex Computer Graphics operations. It has been made from scratch, including its low level Computer Graphics libraries like Maccala. Nowadays, most final features produced for this project are released as free online tools available from its official website. This blog talks about Computer Graphics, mainly concerning Picture to People development.

"Only who makes has true knowledge. Knowledge is control. True power depends on total control. Only who makes from scratch has the real power."

Saturday, December 6, 2008

www.picturetopeople.org is online

I'm glad and proud to announce Picture to People official website is online.

There you will be able to get by yourself most effects you see in this blog and much, much more. It has already started with more than 100 professional Computer Graphics effects, and it's just the beginning. I have tons of new effects to study and create yet.

It was published now and is in beta release. Start to use it right now and help to know if there is any bug.

From now on, you can use this blog to suggest new effects that could be useful for you.

I hope you enjoy: http://www.picturetopeople.org/


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4 comments:

The Hawg! said...

Took a look at the site and played with it a bit -- cool stuff over there. "Chrome" seems to work fine, but there's a problem -- when an image is previewed, you get the "confirm form resubmit" dialog when you hit the back button.

Just figured I'd mention it...

LEONARDO C. DE ALMEIDA said...

Hi, The Hawg.

First, thanks for telling me.

Well, I already knew that. Firefox works this way too.

It's not my fault. It's the way the browser itself works. The page before an effect result is dynamic (calculated in P2P server, not a static HTML).

Because of this, when you click "back" in the browser toolbar, the browser itself informs you the data for previous page needs to be resubimited, so that page will be recalculated in the server.

The browser regards the data it already has can be not valid anymore.

MasterDesign said...

where you know about P2P?

LEONARDO C. DE ALMEIDA said...

MasterDesign,

I'm afraid I couldn't understand your question.

Could you be clearer?