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|Title:||Integrated Application of Digital Image Processing on Cosmetology Styling Design and Education|
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
Cosmetology styling design is an important subject under the demand of people for beautiful appearance, interpersonal relationships, and life quality. Traditional cosmetology styling design and education are realized always via artificiality, which without efficiency and technology. Nowadays, the great advance of computer technology and the breakthrough and extensive application of digital image processing technique oblige the cosmetology styling design and education to escape from the shadow of tradition to the years of technology. The development of digital image processing has been over 40 years until now. Since digital image processing involves the ability of changing visual receptivity and the characteristic of vision impersonation, it is very applicable to apply such ability and characteristic for the research and development of cosmetology styling design and education. And the integration of professional computer system that belong to such application specially and educational course content is an urgent need for the department of cosmetology of technical and vocational schools. However, such professional computer systems are very rare since it is very expensive and costly. If towards this expansion, it is necessary to cost a large sum of funds. In view of the above description, this research actually let the image processing techniques be merged into the procedure of cosmetology styling design, and further discusses the outcome evaluation of digital image processing on cosmetology styling programs. Our purpose is to combine out a set of applicable professional computer system with suitable price for the cosmetology styling design and education, and to let the cosmetology styling design and education can be combined with science and technology.
|Appears in Collections:||技術及職業教育學報|
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