According to one of my seniors, here is an MP3 of the song "American Pie" that has been through a 're-imagining' process... audio file opened in TextEdit, characters translated into ASCII, and then the Hexadecimal values for those same characters, copied and then pasted into Unit 2 Lesson 3's B&W Image widget set for 8-bit grayscale:
Hmmm... that was an attempt to use 'drag & drop' to insert the image (from Finder on my Mac). I'm not sure how that link will work for others. Would someone please let me know if it opens? It should look like a fairly random collection of pixels all in shades of gray (8-bits/pixel).
AND, here is an image reportedly created by manipulating the digits of Pi (downloaded from a web source which I don't have for reference, and I don't know how many digits were captured). This image also looks like a random collection of pixels, but these are either Black or White (1-bit/pixel).
The digits of Pi image was inserted differently... I had used the widget to save the image, which created a .PNG file that I opened, selected all, copied, and then pasted into this message. Did this work for anyone/everyone? I'm happy to share, I'm just learning/exploring tools that are new to me here...