I recently became intrigued by some art work I saw online. It is a bunch of Rubik’s cubes set up to reproduce a picture.
The artists are essentially reducing the image’s colors down to a palette of six colors with dithering. By dithering the picture, it appears to look like the subject from a distance because the colors mix and merge to resemble the original colors. But the closer you get to the piece, the more it appears to be a bunch of randomly ordered colored squares. It sparked the artist in me, so I decided to use LEADTOOLS to help me come up with my own Rubik’s Cubism-like art.Continue reading