[OSM-talk] will walkingpapers printed on black and white work?

Michal Migurski mike at stamen.com
Sat Feb 27 05:24:02 GMT 2010

On Feb 26, 2010, at 12:38 PM, OJ W wrote:

> On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 10:55 AM, Simon Hewison <simon at zymurgy.org>  
> wrote:
>> Also, It doesn't warp the images - it shouldn't have to (unless  
>> your printer and scanner have
>> serious problems)
> That might be a useful feature, since it lets you take photos of the
> paper instead of having to get a 'real' scanner

It does warp the images *a little*, in the sense that if you rotate  
your scan Walking Papers will be able to compensate. If you can take a  
nice, flat photo of a print from the application, there should be no  
problems finding the code and using the image. The problem is that not  
a lot of photos are nice and flat, and I wasn't able to figure out how  
to deal with all the potential variables: lenses, viewing angles,  
curled paper, variable lighting, etc.

I'm thrilled to death that people are using it though!


michal migurski- mike at stamen.com

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