Daniel M. German wrote:
> I was thinking the other day, why are vertical lines orientation
> independent? Why don't we make them vertors that point up? Perhaps
> there is a need for both, "vertical up lines", and "vertical I don't
> care lines".
> That way we would not have to worry (much) about images that suddenly
> flip upside down. Of course PToptimizer would have to be aware of this.
I would think there would be more issues of images suddenly flipping
upside down from miss placed up from down points.
I think, the best thing to add to control points, is the idea Rik had.
To have points that can join more than two images. This is important in
particular when using morph to fit. Consider a corner where 4 images
overlap. Having one point that they all converge onto is more important
than joining one image to just one other.
Rik explains it better.
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