The Trendiest Implementation of the Threshold Filter Ever

As a hemi-trendy semi-teenager, there are a couple things I know:

  1. Teens love emoji.
  2. Teens love black and white pixellated images.
  3. Teens love weird JavaScript stuff.

So, the obvious intersection: an emoji-based implementation of Thresholding. Of course, insert the standard "As-Is" warranty stuff here - I make no claims about the quality of this implementation, nor do I take any responsibility for what happens if you put stuff that's not an image into this. (Many thanks to the Mozilla Developer Network's tutorial on this sort of thing.)


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