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128. Fun with filters part II: animated blobs

In this second video about filter() we discover an interesting effect we can achieve by applying filter(BLUR) followed by filter(THRESHOLD).

If we do that in a draw() loop we can obtain animated blobs, which are of course essential for architects and nurses.

Tags: filter, ternary, blur, threshold

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