Hey everyone, I probably am a bit late to the party but I read this blog post and I am wondering how this could be translated into a PAO system.
Someone commented the following:
How did not I see this before,
we add 6 bits to make two digits (000=0 to 111=7; 64 numbers in total)
that means we have 9 images for 54( or 52) cards, and then we may use the PAO system, which drastically reduces it to 3 images, just 3 images and one per loci, what the hell, we dont even need loci for this, just link or peg the three images, and voila, we have the whole order of black and red order of a whole deck of card in three images encoded.
And in the same way or the other, remembering random binary numbers, 6 digits give an image, and with PAO 18 bits can be encoded in 1 image. Fascinating these are. WOW
Could someone elaborate on this and maybe even take me through this step by step? I’m truly frustrated, since I somehow cannot figure this out by myself, lol. This probably is due to my inexperience in all these techniques and lack of practice - I just started a few days ago and am still busy learning my PAO.
I would like to use this method to get some practice while learning a neat trick at the same time.