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Hi all,

form name :kiosk
I didn't create any table.

first of all i want to clarify whether this is possible or not. my boss wants me to create a form with image in oneside(frame1)captured from webcam and other side(frame2) predefined image. i have to pick color from the (frame1) using color picker and then i ve to apply the same color to the frame2. is this possible.

and one more,slider when i move the slider it has to change the color as we see in edit color windows. the small windows usually popup when we click colors but here the color should change in slider manner in the same window. this color will reflect in image2 (lip area) when slider move color changes.

i don't have any idea abt this,help me out. wht i ve to use and software or image supporting tools. etc.

two eqal frames and (small frame with some menus like color picker). image capture frm the webcam.
Jan 10 '07 #1
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MMcCarthy
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Hi all,

form name :kiosk
I didn't create any table.

first of all i want to clarify whether this is possible or not. my boss wants me to create a form with image in oneside(frame1)captured from webcam and other side(frame2) predefined image. i have to pick color from the (frame1) using color picker and then i ve to apply the same color to the frame2. is this possible.

and one more,slider when i move the slider it has to change the color as we see in edit color windows. the small windows usually popup when we click colors but here the color should change in slider manner in the same window. this color will reflect in image2 (lip area) when slider move color changes.

i don't have any idea abt this,help me out. wht i ve to use and software or image supporting tools. etc.

two eqal frames and (small frame with some menus like color picker). image capture frm the webcam.
The only way I can think that this would be possible is if you had two ActiveX controls for some kind of image editing software. I'm not aware of any but there is no facility in Access to 'pick' colours from an image.

Mary
Jan 10 '07 #2

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