HiColor is a program for converting images to 15- and 16-bit RGB color, the color depth of old display modes known as “high color”. In 15-bit mode images have 5 bits for each of red, green, and blue, and the last bit is reserved.
HDRView is a simple research-oriented high-dynamic range image viewer with an emphasis on examining and comparing images, and including minimalistic tonemapping capabilities. HDRView currently supports reading EXR, PNG, TGA, BMP,
Takes a bitmap that is the size or width of Task Managers's CPU core view (ideally with single cells showing instantaneous percent CPU) and scrolls the bitmap using threads that consume CPU based on the pixel's greyscale (black is
A command line tool for turning binary image files into C source code. The output is an array of unsigned chars and is sent to stdout. Included are comments detailing the image type, size and other details.