The World's First Raster to Vector Enlargement
Imagener Unlimited does not work
with pixels -- it analyzes an image for regions that make up
similar color groups at an invisible-to-the-eye level of detail.
The initial analysis stage creates vector-map regions down to
the single-pixel level. Imagener Unlimited utilizes the Kneson Unlimited++
interpolation method. This photo enlargement logic has never
before been available in any photo software.
Staged Analysis and Conversion
Imagener Unlimited analyzes the image complexity and
assigns complexity values to each region no matter how small.
The Kneson Unlimited++ interpolation
method then uses these values to compute a finely tuned vector
map of the entire image.
Imagener Unlimited then converts
these pixel groups into vectors defined by the vector map.
This process alone vastly improves the look of all images even
Once the image has been encoded into vectors, even
the most complex images can be resized without limit* as Imagener
enlarges by stretching each tiny region like a rubber band. The
outstanding clarity even at massive proportions for poster
printing or wall murals. Imagener Unlimited is the world's
first raster to vector conversion technology.
* Up to available computer memory.