So, this is very cool - most especially since it runs in JS, which is fast,
real-time, and runs in a browser.
This would be a great cross-platform pigment-map editor if JS has easily
editable sliders or something like that. No clunky OS-dependent installation,
nearly everyone always has a browser window of some sort open...
Such a thing would be especially useful for constructing the pigment_maps for
patterns, since it's a hard thing to visualize, code, edit, and iteratively
render until it's "right"/pleasing.
or for spitting out a prototype pigment_map for something sampled from an image,
that could them be fine-tuned and adjusted.
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