Tooo… Many…. Dots….
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Fig 1 – Extracting this information costs 10 years worth of eyesight
Ugh. Brute forcing dots, what has the world come to? Certainly not something we’d like to repeat, we’re guessing the dots are about 90um! But although grueling and inelegant, the job is done and the sequence is extracted for all to enjoy. Please thank the inventor of the rainbow, and the derivative usage of the resistor color code to extend said rainbow to base 10 for their help in making this legible. You have no idea how unintelligible this crap is when they are not color coded.
Also note that space still remains in between each dot. Yes, more freaking dots go there, although they offset by about 45um in both x and y directions (diagonal’d down a half dot to the southeast). This is pretty much in line with everyone’s expectations. Please note that the continuing pattern appears to simply repeat what we’ve extracted above. That’s right, bit 7 of byte $0A resides between row 8 and 9 but half a dot to the right.
You’ll also want to know that bit 7 is top left, bit 6 is top right, etc. Down to bit 0, the lowest right hand dot in each byte’s dot group.
Oh, is this article not making sense to you? You must not know what you’re looking at. Go check all the comments from the last few weeks and see if you see anything that looks like it may make dots like this. Or just wait around and we will eventually grow this mysterious blurb into a real article.
But until then, don’t fear the dots. Welcome the dots. Herd the dots to do your bidding. All these dots (and many thousands more) are soon to belong to you.