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Method and System for Merging Images Captured by Front and Back Cameras of a Mobile device

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000237375D
Publication Date: 2014-Jun-16
Document File: 2 page(s) / 86K

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Saurabh Srivastava: INVENTOR

Abstract

A method and system for merging images captured by front and back cameras of a mobile device is disclosed. The method and system utilizes an application to merge images captured by the front and back cameras of the mobile device and obtain a composite image. The composite image is an editable image and can be edited by the user to obtain a desired image. The user can change the relative position of the front and back images, captured by the front and back cameras respectively, in the composite image to obtain the desired final image.

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Method and System for Merging Images Captured by Front and Back Cameras of a Mobile device

Abstract

A method and system for merging images captured by front and back cameras of a mobile device is disclosed.  The method and system utilizes an application to merge images captured by the front and back cameras of the mobile device and obtain a composite image.  The composite image is an editable image and can be edited by the user to obtain a desired image.  The user can change the relative position of the front and back images, captured by the front and back cameras respectively, in the composite image to obtain the desired final image.

Description

Disclosed is a method and system for merging images captured by front and back cameras of a mobile device.  The method and system utilizes an application to merge the images, wherein the image obtained after merging the images is an editable image.  The editable image is then displayed to the user.  The user can then edit the image by changing relative positions of the front and back images and obtain a desired image.

In a scenario, the user utilizes the application for capturing an image as shown in fig.1.  The application activates both the front and back camera of the mobile device and enables both the cameras to capture front and back images respectively.  Thereafter, the application merges the front and back images and displays the merged image to the user on the mobile screen as shown in fig.1.  After displaying the m...