TextCam generates images with colored letters - black & white, vivid colors, or natural colors - instead of normal color pixels by taking pictures in real time. The images can be shared in image format(PNG) or HTML format with your native applications such as mails, SMS, SNS, or web servers. In addition, any pictures, already taken in your photo gallery, can be converted into colored letters as well.
Art is what makes us human. We channel our feelings, our thoughts, and our experiences into these beautiful creations unlike any other creature on the planet. In this inspiring story, you'll see a disabled man use a typewriter to make some incredible art.
Back in the 70s and 80s, there was a little piece of technological magic known as Teletext. Basically, it allowed the broadcast of text, and crude text-art, over unused TV spectrum, so long as you had a special decoder. Very proto-internet. And so of course, it was used for pornography.
Pete Taylor’s Holga isn’t your ordinary Holga. It isn’t even your ordinary hacked Holga. In fact, you might say that Taylor’s Holga is one of the most unusual modifications you’ve seen done to one of the notoriously hacakble cameras. It started out innocently enough… Taylor gutted an old, broken Holga to make room inside for a Raspberry [...]
Unfortunately, some browsers including Chrome still don’t support emoji characters, so some users won’t be able to see your unique domain. The lack of support has caused platforms like Twitter to craft their own set for display, Farrant said. There are plugins you can use to get around this, but Farrant thinks eventually the popularity of the characters will prevail.
“I know that Google will be adding support to Chrome very soon, within the next few months, and we can only hope other browsers follow suit," he said.
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