March 1, 2011 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Meadville, Pennsylvania - Nuclear Nova Software today announces ASCII Art, available through the Mac app store. ASCII Art is Nuclear Nova's first graphics and media app for Mac OS X. ASCII Art is a powerful generator that converts digital pictures into amazing looking text art. Output art to both black/white text and full color, with the ability to export plain text, html, tif, and rtf files. A user editable character set adjusts the available characters to be used, while the maximum character width option controls the finished product size. Real time previews make for easy source image tweaking, allowing for the best possible results to be obtained. To celebrate, ASCII Art is on sale for $9.99, regularly $19.99 USD.
Compatible source images include jpeg, png, gif, bmp, psd, tif, tga, jpg, tiff, and more. Output quality greatly depends on the input file. Often images such as clip art work better than sources such as digital pictures. High image contrast and a clean white background always helps. Your milage may very, experiment!
* Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard or later
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 3 MB Hard Drive space
* 1.6GHz or greater CPU recommended
Pricing and Availability:
The full version of ASCII Art is only $9.99 (USD) (Reg. 19.99) and is available through the Mac app store. The ASCII Art demo is feature limited and free to try and may be downloaded through Nuclear Nova Software's website. The paid shareware version is $19.95 (USD) through Nuclear Nova Software's website.
Located in Meadville, Pennsylvania, Nuclear Nova Software is a privately funded company founded in 2002 by Jake Leveto. Jake is currently studying at the Rochester Institute of Technology for Microelectronic Engineering. Nuclear Nova Software was founded with the intent of developing unique and challenging games with compelling game-play for the Mac platform and iPhone. Copyright 2002-2011 Nuclear Nova Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.