Line integral convolution techniques implemented in JavaScript, Canvas 2D and WebGL
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README.md

Line Integral Convolution Techniques

An implementation of line integral convolution techniques in JavaScript, Canvas 2D and WebGL. Here's the associated blog post.

Papers implemented

Examples

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  • Author: Nicolas Garcia Belmonte

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