I’m aware that Acorn can’t convert a generic bitmap to the vectored SVG file. However, if the bitmap file has only 2 colours (e.g. B&W), I think there should be a way to generate the boundaries between the two colours. These boundaries (or contours) must be closed loops since each colour has finite area. This can then be piece-wise approximated into SVG format. Will this be possible?
I have tried using some filters in Acorn to do this, but no success. I think some new algorithms are required to achieve this (maybe a new feature for Acorn).
What is the use? I’m doing 3D engineering design (e.g.Onshape, Solidworks) for boxes and enclosures, and I need to engrave some logos onto the surface. With SVG file, it can be converted to DXF which can become a closed contour for extrusion in the 3D design. If the logos are bitmap files, then it is impossible to engrave onto the surface.