A visualization system [random.inwo.com] that aims to highlight the repetitive structure of digital bit sequences. Each "Bitalizer" visualization starts from a small yellow dot. If a bit in the dataset is '1', a line is bent down. If a bit is '0', the line is bent up. Every 8 bits, the color of the line is set to represent the byte that those 8 bits collectively represent (a number from 0 to 255).
People are also invited to upload their own files, ranging from simple text files to software executables. The results can then instantly be enjoyed as an online animation, following by a static screenshot in the online gallery.