Sadly, when I launch the tool it seems to create an overlay that prevents input to the page but doesn't show anything. Not blank, just invisible. I can close the overlay and keep using the page. But, I can't see anything. Hopefully I can figure that out.
I plan to use this for a side-by-side comparison of my product, Oracle web UIs (I'm scared), some nicely-designed and clean sites and some prominent web apps like Amazon or Backpack. Might be a useful tool for me on the "Marketecture" side of things.
Marketing department power!
Hope that helps someone.
How to check your settings:
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I remember seeing a GIMP plugin a long time ago that would render a 3D stack of the layers in an image, but I can't remember the name of the plugin or think of appropriate search terms to find it. This isn't precisely the same thing, but the plugin, combined with the 3D filesystem view in fsv (as seen in Jurassic Park), influenced these visualization tools. Or, maybe they were all inspired by some much-earlier tool that nobody remembers.
I mean, I really want to like it, because it's hilarious and audacious. But then I feel a bit base. Oh, petty conundrum. Then again, obsessing over logos is a significant part of our trade.
(aka: how do we make this linear classifier - typically a support-vector machine - nonlinear?)