Experiment with stackfiltering the spatially aligned siggraph 2010 portrait virus paintings with a series of different temporal image processing algorithms in Studio Artist 4. I used a temporal window of 7 frames for all of the processing, and pretended that the image stack source movie was a real movie file. Since the portrait series in the stack was generated sequentially over time you can visualize what's going on in the room at siggraph in addition to focus on the specifics of the different effects. The original painted portraits were generated by Studio Artist user Michael Wright for his portrait virus project.

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Comment by Synthetik Software on September 8, 2010 at 8:58am
The original portrait virus paintings were created by Studio Artist user Michael Wright at Siggraph 2010 and can be seen here.

More information on the Portrait Virus project can be seen here.

More information on some of the various temporal image operations used in this video can be seen here.

A tutorial tip on processing movie files with temporal image operation in Studio Artist 4 can be seen here.

An introduction to temporal image operation tip is available here.
Comment by Thorrific on September 8, 2010 at 9:14am
Neato!

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