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Matlab How to cut a picture with a sequence of shapes into single pictures of one shape each?

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Pretty much what the title says. Thanks.
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by:nayernaguib
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Sounds like OCR to me. :-)

Do you mean auto-identify shapes and break down the picture into smaller pictures with one shape in each?

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by:Rusalki
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OCR cuts it up?

Auto ID shapes and break down pic into smaller pics with one shape in each, exactly right...

Thanks
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I was asking whether you want to write OCR software, as you did not mention enough details.

Take a look at the following page:

  http://basic-eng.blogspot.com/

If this does not help, please give an example of the picture containing objects to be identified.

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by:Rusalki
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Hi

I just need to make each of the black shapes an independant picture:

http://www.grul.net/sequence.png

Thanks.
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Have you looked at the "Automating Image Pre-processing" tutorial on the page I posted above? I think this one will help:

  http://basic-eng.blogspot.com/2005/09/character-recognition-example.html

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by:Rusalki
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That helped a lot Nayer, thank you. :o)
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