As promised, the "very" efficient 1MB gif of a payload an order of magnitude smaller (mostly due to wasted QR code space and GIF being a terribly inefficient format).
But, fun fact, this ran the image through the OCAP prototype, so it's encrypted, chopped up, and you can't fingerprint the original file size.
Marked sensitive b/c it's just annoying to look at.
Next, time to send this GIF via encoding the data as a series of alphorn notes, and find a really tall mountain for great signal coverage...
@iron_bug That's the joke.
@iron_bug Yes, precisely. Once the image was passed into the OCAP encoder it is not meant for human consumption anyway.
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