Is it possible to get the RGB value pixel under the mouse? Is there a complete example of this? Here's what I have so far:  <script> function draw() {   var ctx = document.getElementById('canvas').getContext('2d');   var i...
After setting a certain colour as the fillStyle of the canvas and drawing a rectangle with fillRect, the colour of the rectangle sometimes differs a bit from the one provided (the getImageData returns different values - usually one of them is lower b...
I'm looking to allow users to slice an existing canvas into two canvases in whatever direction they would like.   I know how to allow the user to draw a line and I also know how to copy the image data of one canvas onto two new ones, but how can...
I have a two part question about javascript canvas:  Part 1: I have a .jpg in the same file as my html document. I was wondering if there was a simple way of getting a pixel's color in that file without having to use context.getImageData().    Pa...
Background Setup  I have a web application that deals with creating images from a set of other images. The way I've chosen to do that is by reading in a set of images and placing them on an HTML canvas. Then, I export each canvas as a jpeg to a t...
I am doing a web application where i am pulling in an image from an IP camera, and I need to be able to see if there is a car in the parking spot. I wanted to do this using some sort of shape detection but all I can seem to find is face detection por...
I am working with the 'canvas' element, and trying to do some pixel based manipulations of images with Javascript in FIrefox 4.  The following code leaks memory, and i wondered if anyone could help identify what is leaking.  The images used a...
I am painting an image to a HTML canvas and getting image data from it to find the colors of specific pixels. The image is a map where each country is a different color. I want to cross reference the color returned by .getImageData() to a list of col...
Providing you have an array of colors and you want to fill a canvas with its content, the fastest way I'm aware of is:  var my_array = /* already have it */; var img_data = ctx.createImageData(canvas.width, canvas.height); for (var i=0; i<canv...
Background: Over the last week I've been working on a game that is essentially multi-directional Tron, using Canvas and JavaScript. I opted not to clear the Canvas every frame so that my little line segments leave a trail. For collision detection...

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