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Feathers, photographed and scanned.

So I've been photographing and scanning feathers for a little over a year now. They're fascinating up close, and when printed over a foot tall reveal whole little universes. One problem...I'm running out of feathers! Mefites, I need your feathers! They will be photographed, scanned and then returned to you with a print. [more inside]
posted by nevercalm on Jun 13, 2013 - 8 comments

Autocrop algorithm for scanned books

A couple years ago I wrote an autocrop algorithm for the Internet Archive, but never had time to optimize it, and it was never deployed because it was too slow to run in realtime. The algorithm works well for books imaged using the archive.org Scribe bookscanner. Here is example output of the autocrop algorithm, with a comparison of the same book cropped and deskewed by a human.
posted by rajbot on Nov 29, 2010 - 2 comments

The Internet Archive Book Drive

The Internet Archive has launched a project to make books available to the print-disabled community in the DAISY format. Donate books to IA and we will turn them into DAISY books, which will be made available on the relaunched Open Library site. [more inside]
posted by rajbot on May 7, 2010 - 3 comments

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