Via Jeff Thompson.
A early test for a series of images visualizing the fundamental commands (essentially tiny programs) that run the Mac OS, things like ls, cd, and zsh (above). Bits from the binary files (found in usr/bin) are shown as black or white pixels. Click on the image for a higher-res version, where you can more easily see individual bits.
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