Distorts the image with a color-shifting effect.
Each color in a computer image is represented as a combination of red, green, and blue components. For example, a pale pink color is made up of equal measures of red and blue, plus a little green. You can think of the image as three separate images (channels) — one red, one blue, and one green — superimposed.
This node splits the image into its red, green, and blue channels, independently moves the position of each channel inward or outward from the image’s center, then recombines them into a single image.
Blue Offset— The distance to offset each channel, in Vuo Coordinates.
Keywords: aberration, blue, chromatic, colors, filter, green, move, prism, red, separate, shift