Monthly Archives: May 2017

Color transformation

I am now discussing color transformations for creating kaleidoscopic images with two-color symmetry. Each pixel has three color components: red, green and blue. Their values are between 0 and 255. Thus we can think that a pixel color is a point with … Continue reading

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Kaleidoscopes with twofold color symmetry.

A checkerboard is a square lattice with twofold color symmetry. The alternating black and white squares make it more interesting than a simple square lattice. Thus I want to have too some twofold color symmetry for our kaleidoscopes. Farris has done this … Continue reading

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