Convert Any Image to ASCII Art HTML Pages For Free
By on May 22nd, 2008

Ever wanted to create ASCII art from your images? Browsing around our daily dose of Internet brought us to a cool little software that will allow you to convert any images to ASCCI art HTML pages.

Image2HTML is a handy little desktop software that will allow you to convert your image files to ASCII art.

Image2Html actually converts an image to a full-color ASCII art that may be rendered in any common web browser. The program scans and analyzes the input image to generate a pattern by using colored font characters.

The software requires no installation and can be run out of the box by double clicking on the exe file.

image2html-main-window

We decided to give the software a run for its money (its absolutely free by the way) and were more than surprised to see the results.

Below is the original Image we used to convert to ASCII Art;

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And the output in ASCII art HTML format looks like the one below;

image-2-html-ascii-art

Mind you the entire image is made up of characters and was created in some 5-7 seconds or so. For those who want to view the html source for the above image you can download this zip file which contains the HTML code for the image.

The picture did not turn out very well and it was probably my mistake since I did not tune up the software well enough.

If you are looking to create some fine art and showcase it to your Friends and Family you should definitely give this utility a try, and since it is absolutely free you do not have to worry about paying any money too.

What do you think about this software? Do let me know through your comments.

Download: Image2HTML

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