Mark Roland

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Image Explorer

December 5th, 2005 — Lawrence, KS

This project came about as a result of thinking about pictures as parts instead of as a whole. After all, isn’t the captured photograph just a segment of the photographer’s landscape? With this in mind I thought it could be interesting to break a photograph down even further. By moving your mouse across the image you can uncover one level of intensity at a time, allowing you to build a representation of the image in your mind even though you’ve only seen fractured portions.

Media: Processing

Tags: Programming Information Visualization

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