there’s a post i just saw (this one) that might weird people out/disorient people (it begins with a text post warning that your dash is now turned upside down and continues with multiple upside down posts, a lot of them strange symbols/glitch gifs) so i’d suggest blacklisting op (stallio)’s url
stAllio! just published part three of his databending/glitch art primer series, concentrating on Tumblr’s favorite (and Facebook’s least favorite) image format, the GIF. You can have a lot of fun with just swapping color palettes, which is pretty easy to do in GIMP once you figure out its limitations - I might put up a how-to sometime later after I get some more laundry done.
Online service from Georgia Tech and Google breaks down videos into areas to create data for annotating objects within it (for example, for computer learning).
It also has an interesting visual look, and with a suggestion from stallio I processed FKA Twigs ‘Pendulum’ music video (note - the output video is silent, the original video is embedded below it):
The Video Segmentation Project has been a collaborative effort between
Georgia Tech and Google Research to put a state of the art segmentation
and annotation system online for other researchers to use. In addition
to making this system available online, we have made all of our source
code open source and therefore available for you to use if our system
does not fulfill your specific needs.
To upload video, you will need a Google account and probably a lot of patience while it renders.