Stretch discs/circles into squares and squish squares into discs/circles
squircle.py is a Python utility for
stretching circles into squares and squishing squares into circles. It requires
Python 3.6 or later.
pip insall squircle
from squircle import to_circle, to_square from PIL import Image square = np.asarray(Image.open('some-square-image.jpg')) circle = to_circle(square) and_back_to_square = to_square(circle)
there's 3 stretching methods you can choose from
>>> from squircle import methods >>> list(methods.keys()) ['fgs', 'stretch', 'elliptical'] >>> circle = to_circle(square, method='elliptical')
Fernández-Guasti squircle (
The Fernández-Guasti squircle is used by default.
Simple Stretching (
This method just linearly stretches each point radially so that the rim of the circle matches the rim of the square.
Elliptical grid mapping (
"The way I went about this was to think of a line of constant x (as well as a line of constant y) getting mapped to an ellipse in the circle"
Schwarz-Christoffel conformal mapping
raise NotImplementedError. The math is difficult.
This code is converted from the C++ sources on Chamberlain Fong's blog posts, which (I think) is based on his paper Analytical Methods for Squaring the Disc by C Fong 2014.
Squircle doesn't handle ellipses/rectangles, this more recent paper should be useful: Elliptification of Rectangular Imagery by C Fong - 2017
pip install tox you can run squircle's (limited) test set with
On Ubuntu, you also need the following dependencies for numpy and matplotlib
sudo apt install python3-dev libjpeg-dev zlib1g-dev libfreetype6-dev
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