Thanks to javl from the the forums for sharing this tool with us! They write:
In some of the display tutorials (such as this one) there is a short how-to on creating bytearrays from monochrome images using the Windows based “LCD Assistant”. I didn’t like having to boot a virtual machine to create images, and also I didn’t like the program itself (got some errors and flakey results).
So I made a simpel web-based converter. It allows you to open a file to convert and apply some simple changes (invert color, stretch to fit canvas, etc). It’s also able to read back a previously generated byte array to display the image.
Check it out here.
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