Not sure if this is really on topic, since it's more about image manipulation than the puzzle itself, but I'll answer anyway (and keep it on topic by solving the puzzle at the same time).
You can convert them with photo manipulation software as follows:
1) Isolate a barcode:
2) Warp to stretch the stripes:
3) Convert to black & white (and ...
The suit should have a lot of folds
Contain a lot of metal discs
Please color it by using paint
Then decorate with flower leaves
And please adhere a crown with tape
Five items was I missing though
Replaced them with what I could find
King took the suit, and, going out,
Looked like the (?) man in town.
Also, day 7:
The locations are
The location of Day 7
Credit where due: at least two other people, MOehm and Omega Krypton, figured out the "what" before I even saw the question. (I solved it independently.)
This is, I'm sure, answered somewhere else. It is also related to Pascal's triangle.
Simply fill out the grid as follows:
In this grid, each number represents the number of ways of getting to that particular intersection. And that number is precisely the number of ways to get to the intersection below it added to the number of ways to get to the ...
For starters, I've rectified the data in the image by manually adjusting UV coordinates in Blender:
I edited the rectified image in GIMP, first rescaling to 144x64, then adjusting colors until the resulting image data is perfectly clear (one or two errors may have crept in):
Now if you look closely, every second column is just alternating black/white. ...