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Have a look at this very awesome video:

You have a vertically discretized image, which is composed of 5 or 6 images, which are shifted by an increment, as large as the line width of the comb.

When you move the comb you display always one of those images, and hence create the illusion of movement:

I would like to create the background images to print out using Mathematica.

Input: Image or video sequence + Line width of grid (distance between two black lines)

Output: image to print out and use as background image behind the comb

*Steps for the Mathematica code:*

n: distance between each black line

m: number of input images

Let's try to animate a flying bird:

1. Cut out vertical slices from each image. The slice width should be equal to the distance between each black line n multiplied by the number of input pictures m.

1. Reassemble all the pictures, but each picture should be translated by m(i)n.

It would be awesome to see it work. Any help is welcome.

EDIT: corey979 posted a great answer ! Maybe someone knows how to animate the moving window (the comp) ?

Have a look at this very awesome video:

You have a vertically discretized image, which is composed of 5 or 6 images, which are shifted by an increment, as large as the line width of the comb.

When you move the comb you display always one of those images, and hence create the illusion of movement:

I would like to create the background images to print out using Mathematica.

Input: Image or video sequence + Line width of grid (distance between two black lines)

Output: image to print out and use as background image behind the comb

*Steps for the Mathematica code:*

n: distance between each black line

m: number of input images

Let's try to animate a flying bird:

1. Cut out vertical slices from each image. The slice width should be equal to the distance between each black line n multiplied by the number of input pictures m.

1. Reassemble all the pictures, but each picture should be translated by m(i)n.

It would be awesome to see it work. Any help is welcome.

EDIT: corey979 posted a great answer ! Maybe someone knows how to animate the moving window (the comp) ?

Have a look at this very awesome video:

You have a vertically discretized image, which is composed of 5 or 6 images, which are shifted by an increment, as large as the line width of the comb.

When you move the comb you display always one of those images, and hence create the illusion of movement:

I would like to create the background images to print out using Mathematica.

Input: Image or video sequence + Line width of grid (distance between two black lines)

Output: image to print out and use as background image behind the comb

*Steps for the Mathematica code:*

n: distance between each black line

m: number of input images

Let's try to animate a flying bird:

1. Cut out vertical slices from each image. The slice width should be equal to the distance between each black line n multiplied by the number of input pictures m.

1. Reassemble all the pictures, but each picture should be translated by m(i)n.

It would be awesome to see it work. Any help is welcome.

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Have a look at this very awesome video:

You have a vertically discretized image, which is composed of 5 or 6 images, which are shifted by an increment, as large as the line width of the comb.

When you move the comb you display always one of those images, and hence create the illusion of movement:

I would like to create the background images to print out using Mathematica.

Input: Image or video sequence + Line width of grid (distance between two black lines)

Output: image to print out and use as background image behind the comb

*Steps for the Mathematica code:*

n: distance between each black line

m: number of input images

Let's try to animate a flying bird:

1. Cut out vertical slices from each image. The slice width should be equal to the distance between each black line n multiplied by the number of input pictures m.

1. Reassemble all the pictures, but each picture should be translated by m(i)n.

It would be awesome to see it work. Any help is welcome.

EDIT: corey979 posted a great answer ! Maybe someone knows how to animate the moving window (the comp) ?

Have a look at this very awesome video:

You have a vertically discretized image, which is composed of 5 or 6 images, which are shifted by an increment, as large as the line width of the comb.

When you move the comb you display always one of those images, and hence create the illusion of movement:

I would like to create the background images to print out using Mathematica.

Input: Image or video sequence + Line width of grid (distance between two black lines)

Output: image to print out and use as background image behind the comb

*Steps for the Mathematica code:*

n: distance between each black line

m: number of input images

Let's try to animate a flying bird:

1. Cut out vertical slices from each image. The slice width should be equal to the distance between each black line n multiplied by the number of input pictures m.

1. Reassemble all the pictures, but each picture should be translated by m(i)n.

It would be awesome to see it work. Any help is welcome.

Have a look at this very awesome video:

You have a vertically discretized image, which is composed of 5 or 6 images, which are shifted by an increment, as large as the line width of the comb.

When you move the comb you display always one of those images, and hence create the illusion of movement:

I would like to create the background images to print out using Mathematica.

Input: Image or video sequence + Line width of grid (distance between two black lines)

Output: image to print out and use as background image behind the comb

*Steps for the Mathematica code:*

n: distance between each black line

m: number of input images

Let's try to animate a flying bird:

1. Cut out vertical slices from each image. The slice width should be equal to the distance between each black line n multiplied by the number of input pictures m.

1. Reassemble all the pictures, but each picture should be translated by m(i)n.

It would be awesome to see it work. Any help is welcome.

EDIT: corey979 posted a great answer ! Maybe someone knows how to animate the moving window (the comp) ?

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