A really lovely, slightly glitchy satellite map of lights over the southwest United States. Taken on August 31, 2000 and found buried deep in the NOAA FTP server.
Weird blur/glitching when zoomed in really close on the cursor in Mac OS X.
Glitch trying to use Photoshop’s stack focusing algorithm on a barely-there image.
A NOAA weather satellite image captured through SDR (via RTL-SDR).
Totally obsessed with the idea of inpainting, used to reconstruct and remove items from images automatically. I’m especially in love with the glitchy, Predator-esque ghosting that remains.
This is very easy to accomplish with OpenCV and a few lines of code – here I’ve run this with a radius of 5px. The results are actually pretty usable, especially in busy or small areas of the image.
The very simple code to run everything:
import numpy as np
input_image = 'bedroom.jpg'
mask_image = 'bedroom-mask3.jpg'
radius = 5
img = cv2.imread(input_image)
mask = cv2.imread(mask_image)
mask = cv2.cvtColor(mask, cv2.COLOR_BGR2GRAY)
dest = cv2.inpaint(img, mask, radius, cv2.INPAINT_TELEA)
cv2.imwrite('Telea-' + str(radius) + '.jpg', dest)
And here’s the same input, but with a really weird, blobby, random mask:
h/t Miriam Redi
Panorama of moonset/sunrise in Minecraft, during a nature walk (click for full-size).