Internet Explorer Nude Filter


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    Comment by hytone
    15:51 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Wow, this kind of shit is like, decades old.

    I like that this not only makes an otaku-news site in 2009, but that people are going OMG WOWWWWW about it.

    Comment by Anonymous
    15:53 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    I want more of this IE nude filter...!
    Can someone gimme the link?

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    Comment by イチロ イノ Ichiro Ino
    15:15 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Interlacing.. pretty simple, it gets filtered out, really...

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    Comment by イチロ イノ Ichiro Ino
    15:46 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    all highlights are transparent

    for IE, to make it transparent, they use a series of alternate filled and unfilled pixels, so it's not really transparent, it's only an illusion.

    while firefox use a colorfill and truly sets the transparency or opacity.

    so Firefox wont work since it also highlights the pixels uneeded, whereas IE, filters out perfectly the uneeded pixels...

    you can use it with photoshop...

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    Comment by Southrop
    16:11 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    And if you look closely at the non highlighted image, you can actually see parts of the nude filter. You can see Tomoyo's waist lines in that picture, although it isn't that clear.

    Similarly, you can see the nipples in the Shana filter (it's a newer post) even when it's not highlighted.

    Comment by /b/
    19:12 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    good work weeaboo

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    Comment by rexyke
    14:51 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    So cool. Wonder if there are similar fun pics like this.

    Comment by Jaredharper
    16:40 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    I don't know if the problem has been solved, because I can't be fucked reading all of the comments, but to fix the problem of it not working on IE, just click it to zoom in, then highlight it. Works fine.

    Comment by Anonymous
    18:01 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    This is sorcery!!!

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    Comment by Key
    18:59 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    this is technology

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    Comment by baka~
    13:42 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    damn this is helpful for my thesis.. is this steganography or visual cryptography? damn a good find! XD

    Comment by Anonymous
    14:37 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Neither, I believe. It's a problem with our brains =/

    Comment by Honoo
    11:18 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    One thing I can see from this is that Kyou's uniform seemed purposely made half-transparent to begin with so that it happens when we use CTRL+A.

    ... Oh great, accidental discovery is evil.

    Comment by Honoo
    11:30 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Oh yeah, the use of Photoshop just verified the semi-transparency of the white parts of Kyou's uniform.

    Shame I can't view the nude-filtered version of this in IE8 I have now. Despair!

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    Comment by simca
    10:16 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    wow...that was nice
    lol
    i really tried it on my firefox first, it didn't work
    rushed to I.E. it worked! haha
    too bad she's kneeling though, the easter egg would've been better if she was lying on her back
    ohwell

    Comment by Anonymous
    13:37 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    This is the finest browser I have ever used. Can't possibly imagine switching that "FireFox" shit.

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    Comment by softbanker
    11:42 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Wow that was wicked. I usually use firefox but then IE8 does have its own thing tha firefox don't.

    Comment by Anonymous
    12:07 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    I lol'd at the implication that IE is a superior browser.

    Actually, I lol'd at the implication that IE is good.

    Because it is shit.

    Comment by Anonymous
    07:17 16/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    I lol'd at your lol because IE is wonderful.

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    Comment by Jira
    12:19 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    It also works in Avant Browser, which is a build-off of IE.

    Comment by pus2meong
    12:32 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    lucky, even I use Chrome but I still have IE :D

    Comment by Anonymous
    20:51 18/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    I wanna be able to do this to my friend's pictures lololol

    Comment by Anonymous
    11:07 17/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Can some one put up a tutorial on how to make one please.

    Comment by keen
    19:17 19/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    No problems with seamonkey

    Comment by Anonymous
    12:34 25/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    this is fail. great concept, but what the fuck is she doing? praying to the IE gods? where is the hot?

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:38 05/07/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    That's pretty cool.

    Comment by Anonymous
    21:15 16/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    For those who haven't figured it out, this effect is achieved by merging two images in a checkerboard grid fashion, alternating pixels showing the two images, increasing the brightness of one of the images first way up and then cranking the gamma way back down (I can't remember exactly how low achieves the proper effect as I'm too lazy to check the chunks used in that image, but if memory serves it's around 1.5% of the original). Gotta use the actual gamma chunk to achieve this, mind you. Simply lowering the brightness on the image as a whole far down would show the same image for all users.

    The reason it shows up as a "different" image in IE is because IE's rendering engine fails to comply to a host of standards and even fully implement rendering of a lot of things, such as png transparency or, as is showcased with this image, png gamma settings. All png images can have a chunk, or tag if you will, that specifies what gamma setting it should be rendered with. Firefox, Opera, Chrome, Safari etc all obey this gamma chunk and so display the "right" image. IE doesn't and will instead render the image far brighter than it should. The pixels that appear to be black in most browsers aren't entirely black and when their gamma is cranked up you can see the other image easily as the "right" one now consists of near-white pixels instead.

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    Comment by metatron
    13:57 16/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    well that was awesome XDD

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    Comment by KajunBowser
    16:14 08/08/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Newsflash: get the IETab add-on for Firefox/lolifox, and you can see it w/o using the dreaded browser.

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    Comment by Blu_Haze
    21:48 23/09/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Newsflash: When you're using IE Tab, you're still using the "dreaded browser". IE Tab just feeds the Internet Explorer engine into a firefox tab, including all of the flaws and security holes.

    IE Tab is like turning Firefox into a woman. It gives you the stagnant, squishy hole in the middle, but without all the useless, bloated bits around it.

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    Comment by Anonymous
    12:41 23/03/2010 # ! Neutral (0)

    THAT IS ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!!

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:56 13/04/2010 # ! Neutral (0)

    Why does it only work on this page though?
    If you right click on the picture, steal the source from the properties, and view the image alone in another tab then it doesnt work.

    I also noticed the picture is a .png file, is that the only picture file type that this feature works on? Doesn't seem to work on other sites.

    Comment by Anonymous
    01:15 15/09/2011 # ! Neutral (0)

    Fucking magic.

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    Comment by tyciol
    14:26 06/03/2010 # ! Neutral (0)

    This is great, I have no idea why it works but I love it. I hope FireFox and Chrome get this soon

    Comment by Anonymous
    16:41 05/03/2010 # ! Neutral (0)

    i did this on firefox and IE,,, does the exact same fucking thing, and i don't have the IE tab in firefox...

    Comment by Anonymous
    07:51 26/02/2010 # ! Neutral (0)

    FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFfffffffffffffuuuuuu

    first thing that happened when I opened IE - crashes

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    Comment by Anonemuss
    11:22 26/02/2010 # ! Neutral (0)

    i dont understand this... when i ctrl+a all it does is just blue pixel it... wheres the nudity O_O

    Comment by AK
    22:23 15/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    THE ARE COMPLETLY TRICKS

    THESE PICS ARE MODIFIED FOR SOME PIXEL

    SO YOU HIGHLIGHT THE BULE PIXELS CONTAIN CLOTH ARE "HIDDEN"

    Comment by Anonymous
    00:48 15/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    No way in hell am I gonna use a micro$oft prog if theres a similar/better alternative.

    People who make such nude filters are idiots. If they don't want to show their work I don't want to see them.

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    Comment by Akari Ichinose
    00:01 15/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Wow man, i know the tricks, say it... Hologram Tricks?
    Yes, IE have one big problem when some pictures got complex Pixel?
    Well looks like the pixel in here got like... 2 bit of different type of picture
    One With cloths, and the next one is the nude filter

    Nice man!

    Comment by WC
    02:59 15/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    If you have Linux, you aren't left out in the cold! Simply download http://www.kelahn.com/images/Blackout.png (Hosted on my own server, please be kind... If you want to share with others, copy it to your own server. No attribution is necessary.) and use the following command:

    composite Blackout.png input.png -tile output.png

    With 'input.png' being the name of the file you want to view and 'output.png' being the new name of the file.

    If that's too much hassle, or you don't have Linux, you can also use TheGimp and use my image to paint a new layer, with the image tiled over the whole layer. This should also be possible in any paint program capable of painting an image as a tile.

    Enjoy!

    Comment by Anonymous
    23:52 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    I've always use Microsoft products, and always will. IE will always beat FireF.... okay maybe i won't say it here, but i think you get my point

    Comment by timmytheotaku
    19:29 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    when i enlarge it goes checkerboard and when i highlight it the squares turn into diamonds :s

    Comment by liveevil
    20:33 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    How the hell do they do this? Layers + what?

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    Comment by Onsokumaru
    23:11 14/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    It....actually works. That's really impressive.
    IE is still lame though.

    Comment by Meira
    04:03 15/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    It doesn't work for me and I'm using IE8 on Vista.

    Comment by Anonymous
    04:21 15/06/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Wow... sweet. To anyone that can't see it, click the enlarge picture thing, hit the buttons, and BOOM. she's naked







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