👉 Pixel randomiser Ⓧ Ⓨ Ⓩ
- Press Play and Pause to toggle the animation
- Click on the letters to see letter shapes appear
- Move the slider to change speed
- Click on each pixel to see its hexadecimal value
How it works 💡
A pixel continuously changes colour and position randomly in the grid.
Each new position is chosen randomly: either one position up, down, left or right. This process repeats itself to create an organic animation.
The colour starts with hexadecimal value of #000000 (black) and with each move the colour increases by 100, making the next colour #000064 and so on.
The finishing hexadecimal colour is #ffffff (white) which means there are a total of 16,777,215 possible colours!
This explains how to convert #ffffff to a decimal value