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Hypercollage enables you to make collages from a directory containing 24bit RGB images. Images must be in PNG format. It loads the images, segments them and then recombines the segments to produce 9 example images. You can select one of the examples and continue evolving it, or reset for another random set of combinations.
To build from source:
make sudo make install
You can run the unit tests to check that the system is working as expected:
cd unittests make ./tests
If you have a directory containing some PNG images, called myimages:
hypercollage -i myimages
Make sure that you are running the command from a different directory in order to avoid confusion.
If you want to pick an image to produce the next generation:
hypercollage -i myimages --winner [number]
Where the number is in the range 0 to 8.
If you want to reset and get another set of random images without reference to any previous evolution:
hypercollage -i myimages -r
You can also change the resolution. It will take longer to produce higher resolution images.
hypercollage -i myimages -s 2048