Picture Frame 10,000
In the 'Pi Palace' article, I was writing, towards the end, about how spelling can be hidden in a picture or in the frame that holds the picture. But the coloured picture frame and its shape might be used for a more basic purpose: to represent the ordinal position of a peg location picture.
So forget about the idea of a castle template that the other article was describing; just imagine a coloured picture frame and a photo of a focused upon subject.
I came up with at least 25 photography topic categories that could be the focus of a photo. For example, a flower.
But I distinguish the flower's position: is it on the left of the photo, the middle, the right; or does it span the whole photo?: 4 options for the 25 topics; which is a way to represent 4 x 25 = 100 ordinal pieces of information.
The picture frame can be 1 of 10; and its colour can be 1 of 20.
If a peg location is within the first 50 of 100 images then use the 0-9 colours to represent 00.., 01.., 02.., 03.., 04.., 05.., 06.., 07.., 08.. and 09..; eg. 0920 uses colour set 00 to 09 because 20 is less than 50; but if the peg location is 0970 then the 70 is bigger than or equal to 50; so colour set 10 to 19 gets used.
The 00.. ordinal uses frame shape 0, The 01.. ordinal uses frame shape 1, the 02 ordinal uses frame shape 2, etc..
0920, 0945, 0970 and 0995 are all 25 apart and use the same photo topic; but the photo will focus the topic on the left/middle/right/span all depending on whether it is ..20, ..45, ..70 or ..95 .
In this way, I can grab photos from the internet of common topics and shape them in a coloured frame to make a stylised image of a picture in a frame. It should be a great peg image because it has a simplicity and uniqueness.
Suggested topics to base the 25 categories on:
|01||Antiques (not jewellery), sculpture|
|02||Aquatic animals and marine life (not fish)|
|03||Bikes and motorbikes|
|06||Cars and modern road vehicles (not bike-related)|
|07||Dinosaurs and reptiles|
|08||Electrical household items|
|10||Flowers (not emphasising a tree)|
|11||Fruit, vegetables, recipes|
|14||Land animals (not reptiles)|
|20||Other - eg. household non-electrical items|
|21||Rugs, cushions, furnishings|
|22||Space vehicles and the cosmos|
|23||Trains and engines|
|24||Trees (not zoomed in on a flower)|