Note: img2dcpu has been updated to v0.8! More info can be found here.
I’ve added higher resolution (64x48px) support to img2dcpu, the tool that converts and image into assembly code for Mojang’s upcoming game, “0x10c”. To show off the usefulness of higher-resolution conversions, I’ve converted an image that has the old TCOS logo, a Minecraft pickaxe, img2dcpu’s name and version number, as well as a QR code link to the img2dcpu release page! A screenshot can be found below, or you can view/run the code yourself on 0x10co.de. Unfortunately, is it currently impossible to get full color images at this resolution on the DCPU, but some limited color abilities may be added in the future. The next step is to add cross-platform capability, and then possibly animated GIF support! This utility is licensed under a GPLv3 License and the source and Windows binary can be found at: https://github.com/tac0010/img2dcpu.
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