5 Online tools to convert Image into ASCII Code
American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) is a character encoding based on English Alphabet. You must have seen some users profile containing photos in ASCII code. Usually, it is done using an internet tool. I have listed five different internet tools which will help you convert photos into ASCII Code.
Photo2text.com – The name itself makes it clear that, you can convert your photos into text (ASCII Code). Just upload your image and click on submit button. Immediately the image will be converted into ASCII Code. There are options to adjust the Brightness and desired numbers like 0, 1, 2, or special characters like @#@J@T.
ASCII-O-Matic – easily converts your image into ASCII Code, but with many output options. The image can be converted into Black & White, Color or Squares. After generating the image, it will be available as a HTML page, which could be easily posted into your blog.
Glassgiant.com – Here you can either paste a link of an image from websites or upload image from desktop. One of the unique features is that the image can be converted into two different color schemes i.e. Black on White or White on Black. Just try it will be very clear.
Asciiconvert.com – Similar to Glassgaint.com, you can either upload your photos from desktop or paste URL of an image hosted in flickr or photobucket.com.You change the settings that define the outcome, for instance the font size and background color of the image.
ASCII-art.org – In this website you will find many options like changing the font color, image quality, changing the height and width in pixels etc.If the original colors should be kept or if the image should be converted to a black and white image. You cannot upload photos directly from your desktop, instead you will have to upload photos to flickr.com or photobucket.com and then copy the URL and paste it into the empty space.
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