After receiving the CNC, you realize the software supplied by the vendor
will not meet the high requirements mandated by the complexity of the
anti-zombie weapon technology. You decide to reimplement the system
piece by piece, always testing your new tools against the supplied demo
Your first task is to reimplement the lowest level driver that renders vector graphics into (slightly) optimized laser CNC scripts.
The evaluator will render the pixmap of the cut (C), keep only pixel values of total cut (white, value 255) and will compare it to the pixmap of the reference solution (R). Our reference output (R) is also provided in png format among the input files.
First R is compared to a bloated version of the C - all white pixels of R must be a white pixel of the bloated C. Then the same test is repeated in reverse order (R is bloated and matched against the original render of C.
Bloating is a special case of blur: the input image is copied to a new image so that each pixel of the new image is white if and only if the 5*5 pixel rectangle centered at the original pixel contains at least one white pixel.
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