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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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A Matlab Approach For Design Of Virtual Footwear

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AUTHOR(S)

P.Pardhasaradhi, M.Bindu Meghana, R.Rajesh, C.Saida, N.Suresh

 

KEYWORDS

Distances measurement, EMD algorithm, EDM techniques, Foot dimensions, Image processing, Multidimensional images, Virtual footwear

 

ABSTRACT

Image processing in the future will dramatically change the experience of the human brain. A vast number of applications, software, and techniques for image processing help extract complex image features. While image processing works beyond multidimensional today and see what the image actually contains. Many techniques that draw on images in real time, but the real core is image processing. This paper addresses an overview of technologies, tools and techniques for measurement of various foot images of human being and obtain the foot dimensions using image processing and EMD algorithm in MATLAB software. Measuring and valuing a distance between two points is important in the processing of objects. The idea is to make the Euclidean distance between two points a measure of how near (or distant) two points are to each other based on two ranges. Using this we can obtain the foot measurements with less efforts and in affordable price. The need to extract information from foot images and interpret their content was the driving factor in major footwear manufacturing industries and also in health care for proving artificial legs.

 

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