Custom Image Manipulation.
A tool for experimenting with image effects
Requires an OpenCL™ 1.2 compute device with latest drivers
What is Blurate for?
Experimenting with image effects
Blurate's simple user interface allows you to describe complex image effects in baby steps (or "passes") that are easy to modify and understand.
Focusing on technique, not code
In each pass simply indicate what prior pass to use an input, what function to apply on that input, the conditions for each component and how to merge the output with other passes.
Easing into advanced effects
Start with Blurate's built-in function options (which cover most common image effect needs). And as you learn more, pro features will help you with kernel coding.
Limitless Customization
See how an effect changes with source, destition and neighbor channel intensities and more.
Experiment with Performance
With the power of OpenCL and Blurate's runtime measurement you can rapidly optimize for performance.
Portable and Sharable
Share your image effects in a standard readable format that can be interpreated, reproduced and enhanced by others.
Compatiable with Modern Graphics
Use any OpenCL compatible platform. And on deivces with more than one option, mix and match them to different tasks.
Get started with micro-tutorials on our YouTube channel.
And let us know what features you think would make Blurate more usefull (contact@blurate.com)
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