In today’s image, different “entropy” levels are assigned to different areas. Recall (yesterday’s post Confetti #2,) the algorithm generates different distorted squares, which are used to shuffle around the colors in the starting image. The algorithm has parameters that control the size of the distortion. Rather than setting these parameters universally for the whole image. Another “set up” function sets them differently for different areas of the image.
Previously I mentioned that making these distorted too small or too large, or too variable or too uniform produced uninteresting results. But there are interesting results when the more extreme parameter values are mixed in the same image.