14 August 2002
What do most people do when they're left with some spare time and a heap of scanned photos? The answer is, they try and get the most enjoyment out of modifying faces on the pictures, cutting and pasting things from other pictures, making fun of the boring photo material in other ways. Now you don't need to download, install and purchase a huge and expensive image editor just to fool around with your pictures - use Xi-WARP for this very purpose.
Xi-WARP lets you warp images (that is, deforming part or the whole of the image in loads of different ways) and record this process as animation. It also allows you to morph one image into another and save an animation of one picture becoming the other one.
Although the application is fairly light and its interface is pretty standard by appearance, you'll have to learn quite a lot before you manage to warp an image of your mother-in-law into, say, a sphere. Thankfully, the warping as well as the morphing processes are described step-by-step in the help file kindly provided by the developer. Download this free tool today and see that for yourself.