To explain the flags:
The logo starts 260 bytes into the ROM
The data is 48 bytes in length
The image is 48 pixels wide
It uses a 1-bit luminance format, in big-endian order (most-significant bit first)
The pixels are laid out in 4x4 tiles (rather than standard raster order)
You can find the tool on my github - I've spent this evening giving the docs a long-overdue rewrite :)
here are the six that I found after a lot of zooming and squinting
It's been many years since I first saw this fantastic slide deck by Olve Maudal and Jon Jagger. At the time, I was very much the junior guy. It's amusing to me that, since then, I've transitioned towards being the other candidate in more ways than one :)
answer's up on github,
but see if you can guess before looking :)
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