Sorting pixels along a middle “energy seam”, similar to how Photoshop’s “content-aware scaling” works, with additional glitchy goodness. Source images (top to bottom) are: an idyllic mountainscape, a crowd of people, the face of a weird looking man, a missile launch, and sheep on a mountain hill.
Some of the first images using a very low-resolution Argus digital camera – these are taken in the lowest quality setting and produce some interesting color and shape patterns, almost like worms digging through the images. Lots more after the break.
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