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  1. HOW did you do this?

  2. I'm glad you asked! Roughly: - Find two images that somewhat contain the same amount of triangles - Draw one triangle on top of each picture with Inkscape - This produces a SVG file with two paths - Create a HTML page with one SVG and one of the paths - Add a script which, with anime.js, morphs paths. I.e. morphs one set of paths to another set of paths - Create a nodejs script which parses the SVG into paths to morph from (goes into the HTML file) and paths to morph to (goes into the js script) - Duplicate triangles in both images - Run the animation and make sure these triangles morph as desired - Repeat until all triangles are drawn

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