PictureFlow is a Qt2/Qt3/Qt4/Qtopia4 widget to display images with animated transition effect, much like Apple's Cover Flow (used, for example, in iTunes, Finder, iPhone, and iPod). PictureFlow uses a portable and optimized software renderer and runs smoothly on smartphones and other mobile devices. It is, fast and lightweight, performs no floating-point operations, does not need OpenGL, and does not require 3D hardware acceleration.
Eyefi I2 is an API for the abstraction of all common image transformations (thumbnailing, scaling, borders, etc.) into an XML file. Through a simple PHP API, images can be loaded through such a transformation to generate and cache a modified image. By stacking the image operations, very complex transformations can be accomplished, incorporating source images, generated text, image overlays, and more.
Imageprot splits a JPEG or PNG image into small sub-images and creates an HTML page that assembles them back into the complete, original image in a Web browser. You can use this tool to simply protect your images from the "Save Image As" action and browser cache exploring. There is an option to generate random sub-image names, so it is hard to build the original image without analysing HTML code. This program, for obvious reasons, does not protect from downloading your image via the screen capture functionality present in most modern operating systems.
The Color Transformation Language, or CTL, is a small interpreted programming language that was designed to serve as a building block for digital color management systems. CTL allows users to describe color transforms in a concise and unambiguous way by expressing them as programs.
Art Flash Gallery is an SWF object for Adobe Flash CS3 that displays image galleries. It will help you easily post any images on your site in a matter of minutes. The gallery will organically blend with any design thanks to multiple appearance settings. Parameters are configured via XML. There are advanced appearance configuration possibilities, multiple image transition effects, and a convenient thumbnail bar.
Image matting tool cuts out objects in photos using an alpha-matting technique. While clear cuts can be found for all objects that are clearly separated from their environment, objects with fuzzy borders and semi-transparent areas don't have a clear outline. The tool creates an alpha channel that defines the degree to which the background shines through the foreground for every pixel. The background color can then be subtracted. The user defines a rough boundary of an object with a large brush and a high-quality segmentation is generated. Problematic areas can be edited manually.