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Unread 18-01-2010, 12:52 AM   #1
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Decoding Aztec Code and Barcode

I'm wondering if someone can decode this Aztec Code and Barcode for me or point me to a free program that can do it. When decoded, it should be longitudinal/latitudinal coordinates of some kind to a location in Arizona. I've heard from a friend or two that there is an iPhone app that scans these barcodes, but I have no iPhone. :-(





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Re: Decoding Aztec Code and Barcode

Maybe you could find a software that emulates that iPhone app and runs it on PC...........

I don't know if something like that even exists but it just crossed my mind.
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Re: Decoding Aztec Code and Barcode

Figured it out! Thanks for you post!
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Re: Decoding Aztec Code and Barcode

How did you do it ?
I'm just curious.........
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Re: Decoding Aztec Code and Barcode

He probably used an iPhone application. There aren't really any online websites or applications that decode barcodes or aztec codes on the computer. Most of them are just for portable devices, such as the iPhone or an Android smart phone.
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Re: Decoding Aztec Code and Barcode

I downloaded a free trial for a program that read the barcodes from the images on my computer
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Re: Decoding Aztec Code and Barcode

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I downloaded a free trial for a program that read the barcodes from the images on my computer
I'm sorry, I wasn't very clear when I said what I did say.
I meant to say there aren't many free programs for the computer to read barcodes, and especially aztec codes. But yes, there are the commercial ones.
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Re: Decoding Aztec Code and Barcode

iPhone QR, Data Matrix and Aztec Code Reader



Apple have approved the mobile barcode scanning application NeoReader for the iPhone and it is now available free from Apple’s App Store and iTunes Store (search for Neoreader in the iTunes store). iPhone users can now decode QR, Data Matrix and Aztec Codes from one application with one click. Here is the iTunes store application description:
See a great pair of shoes in a magazine and want to find the nearest location to buy them? See a cool new HDTV in the store and want more details before buying it? See a movie ad or poster and want to view the trailer? If these ads & shelf tags contain a 2D barcode, you can use the NeoReader to transform your mobile phone into a barcode scanner and immediately Iink to the web content you are looking for. You can even promote yourself with a 2D code. Create your own personal code that links to your website and you can show it off on a business card, a t-shirt, heck, you can tattoo it on your arm.
Install the NeoReader barcode scanning software and you‘re one easy click away from information you want - everywhereyou go. lt’s so easy to use - launch the NeoReader, click on the barcode with your camera and ZIP…the content is delivered to your phone. No typing URLs into your browser, no painful search engines, no cumbersome menus to navigate.
The NeoReader is a universal barcode scanning application that allows you to access mobile web content by scanning codes from print ads, packaging, billboards and broadcast media. Universal means that the NeoReader scans all the standard 2D symboIogies (Data Matrix, QR, Aztec), so NeoReader is the only scanning software you’II need.
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