Vectorizer turns any bitmap image into a vector image by breaking it up into a grid of squares (blocks), and rendering a vector element to represent the brightness of each square. Higher resolution images yield better results, but take longer to process.
The UI provides a few parameters for rendering.
- Block size - The size of the squares the image will be divided into, similar to Photoshop's Mosaic filter.
- Weight - Maximum size of the vector element that will occupy each block, relative to the block size. Value between 0 and 1 recommended.
- Background color - Pretty fucking obvious, no?
- Foreground color - Oh come on.
Tested in Chrome, Safari and Firefox, where Safari proved rougly 300% faster than Chrome, and 1000% faster than Firefox.
This tool wasn't designed to be public-facing so please bear with any quirks, rough edges and lack of better documentation. Hope you'll have some fun with it regardless!