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Okay, this is really cool. I tried something like this recently, but was trying to use a "real" sheet of transparency paper with printed ones and zeros. Didn't work very well. Share the scoop, won't you? Nice job.
|Nathan C. Combs||
Well, Photoshop 7. I took the original and cropped down, then I played with the hue saturation a bit, then on a separate layer typed the 1's and 0's, and changed the opacity on the layer. And that is how I did it.
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