Here's a selection of DogLua scripts in action! The following gallery show the resulting effect
of the script applied to the reference image, along with the script source, ready to be copy & pasted.
Credit is given were due; if you have coded some interesting script, feel free to send it (see the
contacts page) for addition.
Be sure to check also the galleries at gluas
site and The Best 3D.
N.B. Due to the size of the screenshots, the page may take a while to load.
Mix the source with a specular copy of it.
Amiga's HAM (by me & Dan Ritchie)
This filter try to mimic the effect of the special Amiga's graphic mode Hold-And-Modify, or
HAM. I started quantizing the RGB
components in the 4bit range, but Dan come up with the better idea of starting with a
dithered conversion to 12bit color before appling the filter.
A multi-pass filter. On every round, some random selected scanlines are left shifted.
An implementation of the famous Conway's game of
Life for DogLua.