Stretching the Image in a Non-Linear Way

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Adelson Anton
Apr 13, 2004
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Greetings. Let’s pretend I have an image of those headphones: http://www.fulcrumconnections.co.uk/images/photos/headphones .jpg

I need to stretch them so they can be put on human’s head. The problem is that stretching needs to be non-linear in order not to completely distort the proportions.

How do you call those 2 sections which have speakers in them? Anyway, I suppose it’s better to detach them and simply rotate them. But how would distort the headband?

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Vincent
Apr 14, 2004
"Adelson Anton" wrote in message
Greetings. Let’s pretend I have an image of those headphones: http://www.fulcrumconnections.co.uk/images/photos/headphones .jpg
I need to stretch them so they can be put on human’s head. The problem is that stretching needs to be non-linear in order not to completely distort the proportions.

How do you call those 2 sections which have speakers in them? Anyway, I suppose it’s better to detach them and simply rotate them. But how would distort the headband?

I would cut it into three pieces. Put them in place and stretch and rotate them untill they fit.
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JJS
Apr 14, 2004
"Adelson Anton" wrote in message
Greetings. Let’s pretend I have an image of those headphones: http://www.fulcrumconnections.co.uk/images/photos/headphones .jpg

As long as we are pretending, then just PSsquish the human’s head to fit the earphones.

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