Image-super-resolution Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to image-super-resolution

  • GitHub repo waifu2x

    Image Super-Resolution for Anime-Style Art

  • GitHub repo BabylonJS

    Babylon.js is a powerful, beautiful, simple, and open game and rendering engine packed into a friendly JavaScript framework.

  • GitHub repo Waifu2x-Extension-GUI

    Video, Image and GIF upscale/enlarge(Super-Resolution) and Video frame interpolation. Achieved with Waifu2x, SRMD, RealSR, Anime4K, RIFE, CAIN, DAIN and ACNet.

  • GitHub repo video2x

    A lossless video/GIF/image upscaler achieved with waifu2x, Anime4K, SRMD and RealSR. Started in Hack the Valley 2, 2018.

  • GitHub repo rust

    Rust language bindings for TensorFlow (by tensorflow)

  • GitHub repo rust-numpy

    PyO3-based Rust binding of NumPy C-API

  • GitHub repo MAX-Image-Resolution-Enhancer

    Upscale an image by a factor of 4, while generating photo-realistic details.

  • GitHub repo UpscalerJS

    Image Upscaling in Javascript. Increase image resolution up to 4x using Tensorflow.js.

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Posts where image-super-resolution has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-07-20.
  • I unwrapped Neil Armstrong’s visor to 360 sphere to see what he saw. | 2021-07-20
  • Totally free and unlimited upscale or superresolution AI
  • Feasibility of Using a Python Image Super Resolution Library in My Rust App | 2021-04-19
    I'm building a photo editing app in rust and though it might be nice to have an AI super resolution feature. A user could click a button to increase the images size by 2x, 4x, etc. The Python library Idealo seems great for this. I've watched this tutorial on embedding python in rust with inline_python, and I'm wondering, are things really that simple? You could just call and use the python library in your rust code like you would normal python code? I'm assuming that their needs to be some conversion from the python types to rust types, but for a simple image this doesn't seem too complex. Does anyone have experience with embedding python in their rust app?
  • Big Sleep: "Synthetic Reality"
    It's also already upscaled, too - I used this image super-resolution repo (although could probably put it through the denoiser, too)


Basic image-super-resolution repo stats
about 2 months ago

idealo/image-super-resolution is an open source project licensed under Apache License 2.0 which is an OSI approved license.