Image Filters: Light bulb Patterns

Overview

I’ve started development on pattern based colour filtering today. The software still needs some work, but so far the results are starting to look quite promising.

At this point I’ve only implemented variable sized checkerboard patterns. The idea being to divide an image into a number of squares and then to only include alternating squares when applying various colour filters.

Keep in mind all of the images shown below were generated from the same source image. The original image reflects a fairly standard image of a clear glass bayonet light bulb.

The original source image used to generate the images featured in this article has been licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license and can be downloaded from Wikipedia.

 

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LightBulb_11 LightBulb_12
LightBulb_13 LightBulb_14
LightBulb_15 LightBulb_16
LightBulb_17 LightBulb_18
LightBulb_20 LightBulb_21
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