|Author:||Ulf Dittmer, based on image warping code by Axel Rosen|
This plugin warps an image along a straight line selection. All pixels in the region
around the line are shifted in the direction of the line, from the starting point
towards the end point. This is not exactly a scientific application, more an artistic
and fun one. You may get a better idea of what's going on by playing with the original
AlexWarp applet, which is used on numerous
sites around the web for all kinds of images.
Choosing Warp from the menu turns it on for the foreground image.
It can be turned on for any number of images at a time. Selecting the menu again
turns it off for just the foreground image.
While Warp is turned on, every straight line selection will be warped right away.
The other selection tools and the rest of ImageJ work as usual.
Here is an example of the plugin in action.
|Installation:||You can download the source file Warp_.java and compile it using the "Compile and Run" command, or download the class files Warp_.class, Warp_$ImageWarper.class and Warp_$MyColor.class and put them into the plugins folder. After restarting ImageJ, it should show up in the plugins menu.|