I made Sift, an experimental image editor that slices an image into layers. You can offset the layers to generate interference patterns and pseudo-3D effects.
It uses additive blending and a pixel-based light splitting algorithm. It came out of thinking about how to add depth to a grid of pixels. For more info you can read the release notes (https://writing.grantcuster.com/posts/2020-09-01-sift-release-notes/) or watch a video tour (https://youtube.com/watch?v=MJQNnAr40Vw). As always, I'd love to see anything you make with it.
@stephen nice! Someday I'll find a way to make GIF capture a part of the app itself.
@grantcuster Nice tool!
@artilectzed thanks! I like your choice of images.
@grantcuster oh, this is kind of rad - makes some fun weird effects! just put https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Parrot.red.macaw.1.arp.750pix.jpg through it as a test:
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@packbat thanks! And good call on the test image -- going to add that to my test image set.
@grantcuster we really like it! it's the one Wikipedia uses to demonstrate color palettes - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_color_palettes
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@grantcuster so cool!
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