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Helps you transform a photo to a scanned document

Project description

image-to-scan

If you have an image of a document maybe you would like to crop everything outside the document and correct the angle from which the photo was taken, in that case this command line tool might help.

Notes
Originally forked from KMKnation/Four-Point-Invoice-Transform-with-OpenCV

This code is inspired from 4 Point OpenCV getPerspective Transform Example

Installation

  • Via pipx pipx install image_to_scan if you want to install inside an isolated environment.
  • Via pip pip install image_to_scan to an enviroment of your choice.

image-to-scan depends on opencv and numpy which together will take around 200MiB

After installing it an entry point image-to-scan will be added.

Run it

Run image-to-scan tests/samples/02/original.jpg

Original Image Output Image
original Warped
tests/samples/02/original.jpg tests/samples/02/original-scanned.jpg

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