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 [[http://​hive.sewanee.edu/​kandeta0/​hw4/​BlurCharcoal/​web-export/​|{{::​blurcharex.png?​direct|}}]] [[http://​hive.sewanee.edu/​kandeta0/​hw4/​BlurCharcoal/​web-export/​|{{::​blurcharex.png?​direct|}}]]
  
-** Number Two - Click the image to see the sketch**+** Number Two**
  
 I decided to modify the Frame differencing code. My overall idea was to split the canvas into two, and attempt to do two different effects to both halfs of the video. I left the upper half alone and modified the bottom half into what I believe was a cool blue tint. I was not necessarily looking for an effect that equaled that of Golan Levin, but wanted to see if I could create my own effect with the tools he provided in his original code without too much modification. I was slightly disappointed with how simple my effect turned out, but it is very interesting to see how he was able to create the differencing effect in his code. I am inclined to believe that it would be easy to recreate my tint code in a much simpler manner and I will try to do so. What I think is the coolest part of my code is when there is no movement, the top half is completely black but the bottom half shows what the webcam sees. I decided to modify the Frame differencing code. My overall idea was to split the canvas into two, and attempt to do two different effects to both halfs of the video. I left the upper half alone and modified the bottom half into what I believe was a cool blue tint. I was not necessarily looking for an effect that equaled that of Golan Levin, but wanted to see if I could create my own effect with the tools he provided in his original code without too much modification. I was slightly disappointed with how simple my effect turned out, but it is very interesting to see how he was able to create the differencing effect in his code. I am inclined to believe that it would be easy to recreate my tint code in a much simpler manner and I will try to do so. What I think is the coolest part of my code is when there is no movement, the top half is completely black but the bottom half shows what the webcam sees.
  
  
-[[http://​hive.sewanee.edu/​kandeta0/​CS276/​sketch_2_08/​web-export/​|{{::​number2example.png?​direct|}}]]+{{::​number2example.png?​direct|}}
  
 ** Number Three - Click the image to see the sketch** ** Number Three - Click the image to see the sketch**
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