I am trying to build a floating collage effect. That is a series of images hanging in space or attached to another surface, that when seen from a distance coalesce into a single image. But when viewed close up reveal each component.
I would need to asses properties of image textures on 'plane' objects and build them into a master image. Could Blender achieve this manipulation of a set? i.e. interrogate images-assign properties, allocate to arrangement
Can I use python to asses average values and hues of a series of images to assign them as substitute pixels of another larger image?
- I guess I would have to sample the master image to be reproduced assigning a grid of values/hues.
- Then sample a set of 'pixel' images for their value/hue.
- Then assign them to the grid assuming they fall within acceptable boundary per pixel?
- Then attach 'pixel' images to hooks at master image grid points.
I could then animate the hooks so that they move away or towards their resting position.