Avishkar Autar · Sep 24 2008 · Graphics and Rendering
Every once in a while I’ll test some piece of code and encounter a bug or some unexpected behavior that produces something weird, peculiar, or just something pretty damn cool. Here’s a perfect example,
This is from some vectorization code I’m working on. Just for the hell of it, I decided to run the output image (the one with the green pixels, which represents vertices of a polygon) through the vectorization algorithm again. The subsequent images show what happened as I kept running the vectorization algorithm on the output, in effect creating a feedback loop. (The colors that are present in the subsequent images are a result of an earlier stage in the vectorization process, the output of which is no longer adequately processed, resulting in the pattern that’s visible).