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Wyolum has made it possible for anyone to edit their badge the day of the Summit. Justin has already written a program called “wifit” that converts any photo to the badge format. Sooooo what does this mean? You can start hacking your badge today..!
Copy an image from the web, add text, then save to your SD card on the badge! WyoLum is including an uSD adapter (find it in your Summit schwag backpack once you arrive) so that everyone will be able to edit and play with the badges on location. In addition, there will be at least one laptop set up at the Wyolum demo booth for you to upload a photo from the Summit via their photo booth.
- Reads in all common image formats as will as the WyoLum Image Format
- Writes in WyoLum Image Format (WIF) and Portable Network Graphic format (PNG)
- Write in pixelated fonts: Unifont, ascii_5x7. This is important because true-type fonts to not transfer well to the EPD.
- Copy/Paste images from the browser
- Basic image editing: scale, contrast, brightness
Right now wifit.py is only available as a source zip file (or on GitHub) The py2exe build has one quirk right now that prevents you from writing text, or should we call it a feature? Hopefully they will get that worked out soon.
Documentation and Download: