The MathMap GIMP plug-in is an image processing tool that works on several levels. Without any prerequisite knowledge about image processing, one can use any of the more than one hundred filters that come bundled with MathMap. More advanced users can combine filters intuitively in the Composer, a graphical user interface similar to Yahoo Pipes! and the Quartz Composer. For expert users, there is a simple but very efficient programming language. This is the core of MathMap, and the language that almost all MathMap filters are implemented in. MathMap allows the generation of still images and of animations.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Windows Linux|
Release Notes: An officially supported Windows port that uses LLVM for code generation, much better error reporting, more and better solid noise functions, new and improved filters, performance improvements, and numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: Native filters for doing convolutions have been added, performance was improved, several examples were improved and added, and several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The composer has been much improved visually. A Gaussian blur filter was added. Several other filters were added and improved. Several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Compositions can now be saved and used inside other compositions. Filters can be called with all types of arguments. Several filters have been added, including almost all GIMP layer modes. Bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: The "MathMap Composer" was added, which allows interactive combination of filters through a graphical user interface. Several filters have been added or improved, and bugs have been fixed.