According to the creator, the aptly named plugin (read: Georges Seurat) works by “extracting color data from an image of your choice and rebuilding the original with filled graphical primitives in SVG.” It’s a simple plugin with varied results that range from goofy effects to honestly useful and artistic results.
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SeuratJS uses the HTML5 canvas to parse color data and, because of this, the library operates entirely on the client side.
Here are a few examples of what can be done:
SeuratJS can be downloaded (and played with) for free on the project’s home page or via GitHub.
Source: Webdesigner Depot