Leveraging a technique built for the Barcode
project, this algororithm
splits an image into 2 distinct areas. Artisticly the choice of both image and point of split is key to
pulling out the core features of the image into a more abtract setting.
Using a picture of the South Downs (this one taken near Berwick) provides a great contract between green and blue with
even some brown wheat fields.
The Skyp pictures are more subtle with entire cells being either white or blue, looking at them from a distance helps
to see where clouds and rain could be.
In addition to a divisive split technique, traditional Voronoi graph was also used in some pictures of the sunrise
over Eastbourne, however the ame slighted beveled render approach was used.