Now it’s time to see what happens if we create images with millions of colours!
Category: Binary rss
Now we’ll move onto creating a colour image using binary.
Here you can create your own black and white image by toggling the checkboxes on or off. Turning a checkbox on will set the related binary bit from zero to one, and this will turn the corresponding square to either black or white.
So following part one we now know how to count in binary. So the next step is to convert the binary numbers we had in the first part into decimal numbers.
Recently Lego released an excellent new minifigure of a programmer. My two daughters (7 & 9 year olds) love the minifigure and wondered what the 1s and 0s that are on her top meant.