Monthly Archives: January 2006

Colour transforms

I found this *really* useful comment in the Python source for the Python Image Library. Guess I should have remembered this from Uni, but never mind!When translating a colour image to black and white (mode “L”), the library uses the ITU-R 601-2 lu… Continue reading

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Pong for the Symbian60

I’ve spent an evening and a bit writng Pong in Python for my Nokia 7610. Seems weird to have a hobby after all the time we’ve spent working for the ARC launch, but Pong was fun and it was nice to see how incredibly simple the PySymbian stuff reall… Continue reading

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Camera modes for Symbian60 camera phones

I’ve been messing about with the Python SDKs for Symbian60 phones. If you want to write anything using the camera, it helps to know what modes are available on your phone. So, here’s a short Python script to do that and print the relevant informat… Continue reading

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PPIG workshop

I’ve been meaning to blog about the PPIG Unroll Your Ideas workshop that Andree organised at Coventry last week. The meeting was fantastic and the level of debate was probably the best I’ve seen almost anywhere, perhaps with the exception of some … Continue reading

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Python on my Nokia 7610

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