(part of) Pi in pixels

900x900pixpi_Pbw.png (285 KB)

900x900pixpi_P.png (479 KB)

What I remember: each color/shade of gray is supposed to represent a number, 0-9, and each consecutive pixel is a decimal place.
What I don’t remember: if it’s meant to be read left-to-right, spirally, or…whatever. Also didn’t check for accuracy.
Free Internets to whoever finds the Feynmann Point.


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    Queensly

    Oh I love these!
    ****SPOILER ALERT****

    I think the first one is a rocket, and the second is a clown crying.

    figosound

    Found it: about 1/16x from left, almost on top, cyano-coded.
    I now demand my free internets!

    Aquaman43

    I’m sorry. Where’s the what now?

    Aquaman43

    Oh like you have clue one of what this is you cum drunk child molester.

    /\/\ike

    Read from top left across the first line, second line and so forth.
    In the color version, Feynmann is the 6 black pixels in a row, 763rd pixel in top row of 900.
    I would say that the grey version is not accurate. I only found 7 distinct colors/shades.

    Anonymoose

    OH, GOD, WHY IS IT MOVING?
    WHAT KIND OF MATH SORCERY IS THIS?

    repairmanjack

    That looks an awful lot like TV static…