Category Archives: Mac OS X

Make your picture to bright ! MIOH(DR)

It was finally released beta build for Mac OS X (Tested with El Capitan and High Sierra) 64bit native application to my open source repository. You can download it here in totally free !

About MIOH

This program is an open source project as GPLv3. Everybody can use my prebuilt binary in totally free, but source code may open to use in commercial. Or make your own new program with my source codes, it should be avoid license, maybe 🙂

Make Image O’ HDR is based on 3 different algorithms to boost your image to has high dynamic range as we seeing everything on our eyes.

How to use ?

Here explains how could it be able enhancing my picture for better than before, as like Pro !

First at all, you may download latest version of application for your OS in here. MIOH now supporting two different OS, Windows 64 and Mac OS X 64. Specially Windows 64 binaries contained normal (SSE3 SIMD + OpenMP) and avx (AVX SIMD + OpenMP). Mac OS X not supporting OpenMP now because built in LLVM-GCC not able to use OpenMP.

When you had ran this application ( Mac OS X users may need open in CMD+click, or right mouse click with selecting Open in popup memu, then agree to open ), you can see just like this.

Don’t be worry, just drag your picture file to application or Open a file with icon that contins “+” as you can see. It may not hurts you !

MIOH supporting JPEG, PNG and windows-BMP formatted image now, Most of your picture may loaded to this application, and it will appeared what contains in file.

You can rotate your picture in each CW 90 or CCW 90 degrees by pressing Command(or Control) and left or right arrow key, or select rotating icon on toolbar. MIOH not automatically rotates your picture by reading EXiF meta information.

You can change each different filters ( Log mapping, Reinhard and eCLAHE ) with different parameters with get hint when your mouse pointer stay on each parameter input, and just click to a Check button to apply changes from your previous picture. It is easy way to get new picture with few clicks.

Okay, now you can save new picture with PNG formatted file, or copy to clipboard with Command(or Control) C. MIOH will copy processed picture to your clipboard to maximum long width or height of 2048px resized.

You can paste clipboard image to your own graphic editor, or any application.

Just download it and uses for your better picture! Make your picture to HDR now, it’s free.



MIOH(MIOHDR) used my open source libraries.


Now Removu S1 supports firmware upgrading for Mac OS X.

It’s been a long waiting, Ha!

Now Removu S1 supports Mac OS X with their new Mac OS X app. Sure it made with native codes with llvm-gcc and FLTK 1.3.4-1-ts of my git clone, thanks anyway.

It was started from their Windows based (actually made with M$VS C# and WTF… no! WPF ? whatever sucks strange GUI hmm … dot NET ?, you know what it is, actually I can not sure) but I couldn’t made anything with their Chinses commented source code, ever. Because it was only runs on Windows, and serial communicating not compatibled with any POSIX, ahh … what a beautiful situation, hugh ?

So I made it whole codes from my open sources, try to make communicate with S1 device on Mac OS X and Linux for while, and I need cold reboot MUCH times by goddam Silicon Labs’ MotherFather driver ( holy sheeeeet thanks to them ), And actually had success to match the argument of S1 packets, it was really hard way.

Now Mac OS X users may understand my previous blurred effect graphics, Just enjoy !


I was made it with Mint Linux, but Essel-T seems not planned to support Linux, that’s so sad news.

Now working on R* S1 FW Writer for Mac OS X.

For some people to waited for long, it will comes out soon what about firmware upgrading program for Mac OS X. Now I am working on it in Linux and Mac OS X by my multi-platform availed libraries.

Wait for more days, it will release on manuafacturer home page, and you will be happy.

Here’s old version of developing of GUI sequence, you may hope this graphics may exactly same on Mac OS X. (even more faster and smooth !)