The way the program works is very simple, but it doesn’t always give you the results you were looking for. The user must select the image collection he wants to use to generate the mosaic and the photo that will be transformed.
AndreaMosaic lets you configure some options, such as the final width of the mosaic, the number of images per row, the width of the miniature’s borders, or how much space there must be between two images before a duplicate is inserted.
You must take into account that the smaller the mosaic images, the more they will look like the original image. Adjust the different parameters to obtain a mosaic that is almost identical to the image that was used as a source.