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NodeBox and Numpy

by C. Ross Jam on September 19, 2009

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So I made a comment about plastering together some Python modules to get “NodeBox plus a high end image processing substrate.” Turns out NodeBox already has Numpy baked in as of version 1.9.3. Should have done a little background research.

Looks like there’s some wheels I won’t have to reinvent. Would be nice if NodeBox had the Python Imaging Library included. This would make loading a wide variety of image formats into Numpy arrays quite easy. But incorporating that module into NodeBox will make a nice little personal project.

It’ll be good to build on a solid foundation with an active user community. The only limitation of NodeBox for me, relative to processing, is a handful of bitblt operations.

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