Surprised that it has an ‘er’ at the end and not just an ‘r’?

Textorizer takes a raster image in a format such as png, jpeg or gif, detects edges using a Sobel convolution filter and replaces them with supplied lines of text. The output from textorizer is in SVG, which can be viewed directly in the Firefox 1.5 browser or using the Adobe SVG Plugin.

Had a play around with it earlier on and took a look at some of John’s images all textorized and its pretty damn impressive with what it can do! Give it a lash yourself.

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