This article presents a real-time interactive software tool for automatically selecting and rearranging windowed regions of a single large image into frame-by-frame animations. Demonstrated on the tessellating, morphing pictures created by M.C. Escher, the software tool uses image-processing algorithms to compute a path through an image, traveling along visually similar regions and presenting them as a short looping movie.

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