PhotoSpiralysis is a free online software application which lets you apply the Droste effect to your own pictures. Click on the big blue button on the left to start creating your own pictures.
PhotoSpiralysis requires Silverlight 4, which is available on most popular operating systems and browsers.
I’m about to replace the Silverlight version with HTML5 because Silverlight is not supported anymore by some of the mainstream browsers (Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge). You can access a preliminary version here: Epsilon.
Unfortunately Microsoft and Google decided not to support Silverlight anymore in their latest browsers. This means you can’t use Edge or Chrome to use PhotoSpiralysis.
Fortunately there are still plenty of browsers left on which PhotoSpiralysis still works like FireFox, Opera and Internet Explorer.
In the mean time I’m experimenting with a PhotoSpiralysis version using HTML5 which will make it available on any modern browser (including mobile ones!).
[Update November 13 2015]: I’ve created an HTML5 version of PhotoSpiralysis which you can access here: Epsilon. It’s still in development, so if you have any suggestions please let me know. For now I’ve tested it with Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge. I will try to get it compatible with other (mobile) browsers as well over the coming months.
Today the second version of PhotoSpiralysis is released. Where the first version (alpha) was only available as a download for Windows, PhotoSpiralysis Beta is an online browser app. It only requires Silverlight 4, which is available for both Windows and MacOS in combination with either Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari or Chrome.