I’m sure that I am missing something here, and am about to ask a ‘stupid’ question, but here goes…
An often used method when memoring binary numbers is to take 3 at a time and convert them into a number and then use your image that corresponds to that image.
eg. 001010 would be 001 010 which could be pencil (1) and duck (2)
Why not just use the actual binary number itself and then convert it into an image.
0000001 =1 = pencil (or whatever)
0000011 =3 = butterfly
1000000=64 = Plate of sausages (or whatever image you use for 64)
This would enable using 1 image for 7 digits and 21 digits for 1 loci if using 3 images per loci.
(if you have 128 images, then this could be 8 digits etc.)
I realize there is a downside in having to convert the binary number to ‘normal’ numbers each time, but with practice that should not take long.
Am I missing something here?