## Pick your process, select your image or images and press the process button at the bottom of the page.

You can upload just one image or if you want to map the output from the first image to a different image upload two.

Valid file types are jpg, png and gif and the maximium file size is 2mb

More that 4 sets (16 numbers) of control points provide least squares fitting for more accurate distortions.

Perspective Distorted images ensures that straight lines remain straight, but the scale of the distorted image will vary. Needs a minimum of 4 x,y pairs

Distort the image linearly by moving at least 3 sets of control points. Needs a minimum of 3 x,y pairs

Note that lines may not appear straight after distortion, though the distance between coordinates will remain consistent. Needs a minimum of 4 x,y pairs

The BilinearForward is used to map rectangles to any quadrilateral, while the Bilinear Reverse form maps any quadrilateral to a rectangle, while preserving the straight line edges in each case. Needs a minimum of 4 x,y pairs

Uses a standard polynomial equation for the distortion. With an order '2' the polynomial equations is expanded further to become a full quadratic fit. Needs a minimum of 6 x,y pairs

Unlike some of the other distorts the canvas using this method can not expand to hold the new image. If you have a problem with part of the image disapearing I recomend you upload an image with a transparent border

(order 2)

Uses a standard polynomial equation for the distortion. Cubic-fit polynomial . Needs a minimum of 10 x,y pairs

Unlike some of the other distorts the canvas using this method can not expand to hold the new image. If you have a problem with part of the image disapearing I recomend you upload an image with a transparent border. THIS PROCESS CAN TAKE QUITE A LONG TIME.

(order 3)

Distort the given list control points (any number) using an Inverse Squared Distance Interpolation Method.

Image 1

This image will change when the effect is applied

Image 2

This image will NOT change when the effect is applied