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Morphological (adj):

    Relating to or concerned with the formation of admissible words in a language.

Morph (noun,verb):

    Computer-assisted process in which an image (or video) is gradually transformed (morphosed) into another.

This program has been tested under both Linux and Windows with the following syntax, where "[...]" indicates an optional argument:

In Linux:  perl  [[entropy-radius]  delay-factor]

In Windows:  [[entropy-radius]  delay-factor]

Without options, default values are supplied (delay-factor = 0, entropy-radius=240).  A single option is taken to be a delay-factor in fractions of a second (eg. "0.05" for five hundredths of a second).  If two options are provided, the second is the delay-factor, and the first is an entropy-radius, which dictates how far from the center to position elements in the most random frame.  Try experimenting with different values for each to see what results are produced.

sub J{print"\e[H",$_[0];$d&&select$D,$D,$D,$d} sub A{$V={};@V=split$/, pop;for($w=$y=0;$y<@V;$y++){$Y=$V[$y];@_=split(//,$Y);map{$_[$_]eq$"or $V->{$w++}=[$_,$y]}0..@_-1}$V->{_}=$w;$V}sub P{my($X,$E)=@_;$E+=$W?31: 101;$e = $W? "\e[4;7;${E}m": "\e[${E}m";$X=~s/( +)/\e[m$1$e/g&&$X}eval {require Win32::Console::ANSI};sub H{int rand pop}sub _{($j,$c,$n)=@_; $h=$j->{_};@J=($"x79)x22;$|=0;map{$Q=$j->{$_%$h};$q=$s->{$_%$s->{_}};( $M,$m)=(@$Q);($O,$o)=(@$q);if($M!=$O||$m!=$o){$M=($Q->[0]-=($M<=>$O)); $m=($Q->[1]-=($m<=>$o));++$|}substr($ J[$m],$M,1,chr 33+H 93)}0..$h-1; push@$c,P(join($/,@J),$n%6);$|}s''>?!O"?GIIAA??C!L!DC.?AAIGG??Aaa"_#?@ DDC??!O>?!O"?GIIAA??CLLl!d!c,?Aaigg__!a&_?@DDC??!O>?!O!?OYYi!a_ckkG!`" c)?__aaigg__!a\'_@DDC??!O>?!O!?OYyi!q_ckkyrrhim}}woOP@BE]}|llqqa!yqov~ ~hjeeiggxxzVFFBIWWOAII?OQQ!O>?!O"?!I!Q?Ckkyrzji!}yWORRnm}}~~|}qa!yqp"~ vfmiywxzz~vvBIYWW!I"Q"O>?!O!?QYYGWYYi!kyrzjquu}iGwrv~k{qrvt{uayww``nmm uu~miyoqij~|saiYYWIIY!QA?"O>?!O!?QYYGWYyi!k}vvdssuaigir~|koorbfceayww` hnneoowiyqoaajl|soiyyOAAQOO"?!O>?!O!?QYYGOQQackk}vvd{{!ywyr~|kssvffcea ywwhhnffppwiyywiijn~uqiyyoaAQ\'O>?!O!?QYYI!QAckkyrrhww!ywyr~|kssvffcea ywwghnnfppxiyywiijn~uqiyyoaaQ\'O>?!O??AQYYIA!QEK{yrjhwoqaigibnlkoorbb_ aaywwow}}~pphiyqoaabdtsogWwoaaQOO>?!O??AQYWG??QQU[[ZBjhwoqqiggbf~l|rrb `geaywwpo!}p`hiiyoqabv|s_GWYoaaQ!O#?O>??!O?AQYWG??ARV\\\\JBJGGW!Ywwrr~ n!~Nlkea!yb`fnnh`_iiyWWyzz~vfJIyoqAAOO!W"O>!?OOQAQWWG!?BV^LJBA!GYQYwwo pbf~}\Llc_a!ya`FNnhg_aiIGWWyzbffnMKOQQA?#WOO>:?$_!?"_!o_"?#_$?#_%?"G>% ?3O#o"Oo!_oOO!?OO#o%O"o\'OWWO>%?4O"o#O!_ooO!?#o\'O"o&OWWOO>;?"_&?!o#_* ?!_%?GG>:?"_(?\'_\'?"_>9?"_&?%_?"_&?$_>7?$_9?%_';$d=pop||0;$r=pop||240 ;$W=($^O=~/win/i);s/\n//gs;s/>/\n/g;$I=$_;map{$K=$_;$k= chr$K+30;map{$ S=chr($_+63);$I=~s/\Q$k$S\E/$S x$K/eg;}(0..63)}(3..32);@L=map{$A=$_;$; ="";map{$_.='?'x(79-(y///c));map{$;.=1<<$A&(-63+ord$_)?'@':$"}split//; $;.=$/}split$/,$I;$/.$;}(0..5);print"\e[2J\n";{$F=$L[$a++%6];$T=$L[$a% 6];$f=$F;$t=$T;$l=$C++%6;$u=A$f;$v=A$t;@b=@B=();$R=$v->{_};$s={};for($ L=0;$L<$R;$L++){{$g=H 78;$G=H 21;(($g-40)**2+($G-10)**2)>$r and redo;$ s->{$L}=[$g,$G]}}$s->{_}=$R;while(_$u,\@b,$l){}while(_$v,\@B,$l+01){}J P$f,$l;sleep 1;map{J$_}(@b,reverse@B);J P$t,($l+1)%6;redo}#~liverpole~

Update:  Added parentheses to 79-(y///c), as per teamster_jr's helpful observation below.

Update 2:  Fixed a typo (thanks fenLisesi!)


In reply to Morphological Japh by liverpole

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