What is Pixel Sorting?
Have a look at this post or /r/pixelsorting
Should work in both Python 2 and 3, but Python 3 is recommended.
From the command line:
pip install pixelsort python3 -m pixelsort %PathToImage% [options]
Tip: To replicate Kim Asendorf's original processing script, first sort vertically and then horizontally in
threshold (default) mode:
python3 -m pixelsort %PathToImage% -a 90 python3 -m pixelsort %PathToSortedImage%
As a package:
>>> from pixelsort import pixelsort >>> from PIL import Image >>> a = Image.open("examples/image.jpg") >>> a <PIL.JpegImagePlugin.JpegImageFile image mode=RGB size=576x324 at 0x7F8F6A2AC208> >>> pixelsort(a) <PIL.Image.Image image mode=RGBA size=576x324 at 0x7F8F66AA57B8>
||Controls how the intervals used for sorting are defined. See below for more details and examples. Threshold by default.|
||Path of output file. Uses the current time for the file name by default.|
||What percentage of intervals not to sort. 0 by default.|
||How dark must a pixel be to be considered as a 'border' for sorting? Takes values from 0-1. 0.25 by default. Used in
||How bright must a pixel be to be considered as a 'border' for sorting? Takes values from 0-1. 0.8 by default. Used in
||Characteristic length for the random width generator. Used in mode
||Angle at which you're pixel sorting in degrees.
|External interval file||
||Image used to define intervals. Must be black and white.|
||Sorting function to use for sorting the pixels. Lightness by default.|
||Image used for masking parts of the image.|
||Level of logging statements made visible. Choices include
||Randomly generate intervals. Distribution of widths is linear by default. Interval widths can be scaled using
||Performs an edge detection, which is used to define intervals. Tweak threshold with
||Intervals defined by lightness thresholds; only pixels with a lightness between the upper and lower thresholds are sorted.|
||Intervals are waves of nearly uniform widths. Control width of waves with
||Intervals taken from another specified input image. Must be black and white, and the same size as the input image.|
||Intevals defined by performing edge detection on the file specified by
||Sort whole rows, only stopping at image borders.|
||Sort by the lightness of a pixel according to a HSL representation.|
||Sort by the hue of a pixel according to a HSL representation.|
||Sort by the saturation of a pixel according to a HSL representation.|
||Sort by the intensity of a pixel, i.e. the sum of all the RGB values.|
||Sort on the minimum RGB value of a pixel (either the R, G or B).|
python3 -m pixelsort examples/image.jpg -i random -c 20
python3 -m pixelsort examples/image.jpg -i edges -t .5
file: Intervals taken from image specified with
-f. Must be black and white.
python3 -m pixelsort examples/image.jpg -i file -f examples/intervals.png
(generated with elementary-ca)
mask: Mask taken from image specified with
-m. Must be black and white.
python3 -m pixelsort examples/image.jpg -i random -c 20 -m examples/mask.png
- Allow defining different intervals for different channels.
Based on https://gist.github.com/prophetgoddess/667c5554e5d9d9a25ae6