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slitscan the can – s quatro

I’ve been developing my Processing slitscan filter to create a sequence of images from a single original source.

Although manipulating individual pixels led to some interesting effects, I couldn’t work out how to achieve what I was really after. I switched to using get() and set(), thus leaving the hard work of calculation to Processing, and we’re both happier as a result. The only drawback is that images drawn with set() can’t be tinted, so, to suggest distance, I added a narrow black rectangle over each row of pixels, filled with decreasing transparency towards the centre.

I’m still not there yet, but the following clip is much closer:

Here’s the source image:

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Saturday, May 30th, 2009 coding

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