Twister: Executable or Text Version
This program is a bit of trivia I've written today which cuts up any chosen picture into N by N pieces, where N is any multiple of two between 8 and 256. Using the mouse wheel, or the arrow keys, the pieces can be rotated non-linearly. Each of the pieces is a bitmap, in fact, all stored contiguously in a reserved memory space. The chopping-up is carried out in ASM.
The aspect ratio of the original picture is preserved throughout
To save the picture you'll need to use Alt-PrintScrn, since I haven't bothered to include a save facility in the program yet.
LOMO: Executable or Text Version
What is LOMO-ised? Around 1990 a St Petersburg company called LOMO launched a cheap camera called the LC-A. The photos it produced were dire quality - but in a certain stylish way; over-exposed in the centre, under-exposed (vignetted) at the edges, out of focus at the edges, much too contrasty, and colours either over or under saturated.
The program here adapts photos to look LOMO-ised, by adding in each of these defects to produce an attractive end-result, despite it being technically dreadful!
You can see many of my photos here: Pictures of England