The Met is a museum and they have 500,000 Images that Rucept will use to digitally mask on multiple product canvases like Tote Bags, Leggings, T-shirts etc.. Rucept will provide the images through Google Drive.
Rucept is a merchandising platform that helps enterprise clients turn their published content into products to sell on 3rd party websites like Amazon.com.
1. The Met Museum has an Image bank (Database) that Rucept wants to transfer images from
2. Rucept holds all these images in a google drive
3. Rucept’s image processing software takes each image and automatically masks it on multiple product canvases like Tote Bags. Leggings, T-shirts etc...
4. The software leaves final masked images in an output folder on Rucept’s amazon server
5. The images are listed on [url removed, login to view] using Amazon APIs
1. Build an Image masking script the will take multiple images one by one and mask them on product canvases. The script will be written in python using OpenCV. The script will be made for 1 product canvas for now. Base code will be provided for masking images on iPhone cases.
2. The masked Image will have shadows for 3D effect as shown in the shared canvas Image
3. Display the output images on the frontend on Rucept.com. Frontend code already exists. Call the saved images from #1 and display the images on the frontend for customisation purposes. (Customisation tool exists)
4. Save edited Images to the server and generate an excel entry for each image in a CSV ([url removed, login to view]’s product uploading format)(Template will be provided)
5. Finalise the Amazon API to PUSH the CSV and Images for product listing
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