Borrowing from the description of the
Pixellate iMovie plugin,
by which it was inspired:
"What is it?
When should I use it?
The size of the 'enlarged pixels' can be set independently in X and Y direction.
The opacity of the resulting image can be set as a percentage value. 100% means totally pixellated, 0% means no change at all, everything else means something in between.
All image types as well as stacks are supported. Either the whole image can be
filtered, or the currently active ROI. The ImageJ
Here is an example of the plugin in action.
|Installation:||You can download the source file Pixellate_.java and compile it using the "Compile and Run" command, or download the class file Pixellate_.class and put it into the plugins folder. After restarting ImageJ, it should show up in the plugins menu.|