This is a bit of meta art restoration. It begins with the Mona Lisa (by DaVinci) which is encoded into polygons (by Dave Hoskins) based on genetic programming concepts (by Roger Alsing) and then dynamically restored back towards the origonal painted appearance (by Cellular Automata.)
Ultimately, it is a experiment in superresolution to take local topological information into account such that the integration of neighboring pixels is directed along a contexual vector.
I also had a bit of fun making sliders for a "UI" in web gl. Mouse to the bottom left of the screen to reset the image. Have fun!
Live Demo with Sourcecode