Kaleider manipulates images to create sometimes complex pictures of reflected portions of the screen. It is a capable graphics tool for people who are interested in symmetry, tiling, tessellation and mosaic patterns. Aside from any usefulness though, Kaleider is really just entertaining and fascinating to watch while in Automatic Effects mode. Kaleider actions can be captured to Video, and the Scripting feature makes it possible to design and refine performances of evolving Kaleider effects.
Liquib is another graphics tool (or toy) that translates mathematics into visual imagery. It treats an image as if it were a fluid, which can be distorted by various transformations, creating liquid image, marbled paper and Droste type effects. Liquib manipulations can be applied manually, or you can relax and be entertained by Automatic Effects. Liquib display sequences can be captured to Video, and actions can be Scripted to create choreographed performances of dynamic art.
Tools and Effects can be manually applied to express your creativity with unique transformations. Or you can relax and be entertained by the Automatic Effects feature. Watch as images are contorted, distorted and transmuted by randomly chosen manipulations, always fresh and evolving. Liquib effects can be reflected onto mirroring panels to create Tiles, which can optionally be centered to maximize symmetries. The visual display can be accompanied by music from the Audio Player. Liquib display sequences can be captured to Video, and actions can be Scripted to create choreographed performances of dynamic art.
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