Capture and replace 2D desktop screen
I want to write a de-ghosting filter for Windows 7.

I just hate how each time I scroll text, it gets blurred because the 2ms "response time" of my LCD is just a lie.

My plan is to capture 2 consecutive frames, and subtract color intensity from the older so the new one, when is added to the ghost of the older, just add to a more correct value.

Of course, it means writing a user friendly calibration program.



My problem is that I have no idea on how to intercept the screen image, and replace it. I plan to use Visual Studio.

Some clue?
I want to write a de-ghosting filter for Windows 7.



I just hate how each time I scroll text, it gets blurred because the 2ms "response time" of my LCD is just a lie.



My plan is to capture 2 consecutive frames, and subtract color intensity from the older so the new one, when is added to the ghost of the older, just add to a more correct value.



Of course, it means writing a user friendly calibration program.







My problem is that I have no idea on how to intercept the screen image, and replace it. I plan to use Visual Studio.



Some clue?

#1
Posted 10/17/2011 07:39 PM   
I'm sorry. I accidentally posted this thread on "CUDA Contests".

I hope an admin moves it to the right thread.
I'm sorry. I accidentally posted this thread on "CUDA Contests".



I hope an admin moves it to the right thread.

#2
Posted 10/17/2011 07:40 PM   
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