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DailyTechMagShop online with Tesco iPhone appDailyTechMagThe whole story has become possible due to the process of Tesco's adding a barcode reader. Now the iPhone goes together with the ability of building a ...
ThomasNet Industrial News Room (press release)Autofocus Imager reads direct part marks.ThomasNet Industrial News Room (press release)Founded in 1982, Microscan has a strong history of technology innovation that includes the invention of the first laser diode barcode scanner and the 2D ...
The HinduAirport scanners can now reveal content in bottlesThe HinduPTI AP Air travel is set to get easier with the invention of a scanner which can detect the contents in the traveller's bottle, enabling passengers to carry ...and more »
Maroon and White Go GreenPatchAnd, every time the bag is used at Kings, the school will receive 25-cents back and the cashier will scan a barcode so the schools can also earn points that ...
Bluechiip Limited to list on ASX via Sofcom Limited reverse takeoverR & D MagazineWhereas a barcode requires a visible tag or line-of-sight optical scan, Bluechiip technology does not. Unlike labels, barcodes and RFID, the Bluechiip ...
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This viral features clips and promotional edits from various clubs in London that support the number one gAylist website SeenQueen.com. This viral basically says it all...Love Clubbing, Love London...where else can you get seven days a week phenomenal clubbing events that span the globe. From the WEEK in Brazil to local Brands like Barcode & Beyond leading the disco troops. It's true, clubbing is not what it was, but this isn't about the past, it is about the future. This is our chance to recreate clubbing with a 21st Century approach. With hard times come innovation and invention; and the clubbing brands remain strong and consistent. Never before have we seen such a range of international clubs and global DJs come to our shores to play at various events like SuperMartXe, Love Child, LGDF and more! Not to mention the amazing local DJ talent. SeenQueen.com only lists the best of clubs and events. We are not just a listing site...we are a recommendation site made up of peers. If a club or event is missing form our website, there is a good reason. And if it is on there, there are even better reasons. Be Seen. Be Fabulous. If you've got it, Flaunt it. Get out more... www.SeenQueen.com This video features footage shot by Brent Nicholls and pre viral production work by Alan X and have been integrated into this viral to the soundtrack of the electric mind remix of Zoe Badwi's 'Release Me'.
Ahahahaa...well. Today is the birthday of the barcode xd October 7th! LOL!!! I felt the need to draw somthing xp pic : punkrocker623.deviantart.com
Google displayed a barcode on it's search page with a tooltip 'Invention of the barcode'. The date is October 7 2009. Here's how to decode the result. The decoded answer is obvious.
...anniversary, with the homepage Google barcode doodle. Today marks the 57th anniversary of the barcode patent. Google's barcode doodle reminds us of an invention that impacts out daily lives. Google Barcode Doodle: What Does It Mean? The Washington Post has...
This is another one of my netdisaster desktop. Sorry I didn't disasterize google beacuse stupid invention of the barcode!!
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Eric Schmidt speaks at the Princeton Colloquium on Public and International Affairs, "Prosperity or Peril? The Next Phase of Globalization," hosted by the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, on April 18, 2009.
This comes from my old TV show Net Talk Interactive, from way back in 2001. I gave an overview on the CueCat barcode reader that was free at RadioShack or came in the mail with your Wired or Forbes magazine. This product did not make it through the Web 1.0 days, but lives on in mobile phones and other technologies like RFID supply chain management to this day. We had several introductions of the product, but this one is from one of the inventors himself! Me. :)
The First Instant Flash Appearance of a Six Pack! Packs Flat! Plays Big! It looks so real that you wont even believe it! Amazing effects and hundreds of applications!!! Just imagine: * Show the audience a Happy Birthday Card that you have recently received. Ask the audience to guess what your friends sent you for your birthday. Nobody will guess what's inside! Appear a full six-pack from it! * You can remove real bottle from it and even poured out and give it to somebody of the audience to drink! * Show an envelope with a prediction inside. Now show different cards with supermarket products! Ask the spectator to select one. Amazingly the spectator selects a card with a six pack printed on it! Now you ask him to name the brand of the six-pack and as soon as you do that you remove a barcode printed on a paper and when you turn it over the name of the brand is printed on it! but wait there is more... nobody is expecting that from inside that prediction envelope you can appear aa full six-pack of bottles! * Show your hands empty and inflate a balloon. Now produce from inside the balloon a full six pack of beer or coke. * Produce them from your Jacket! Briefcase! Magazines! Newspapers! Table!Handkerchiefs! And many other places! * Show your hands empty and a handkerchief, now then from the handkerchief appear the six pack. * Multiplying Six Packs instead of multiplying bottles on an empty table! Go from appearing 6 or 9 bottles to multiply six packs and appear 24 or 36 beers ...
The cardsorter robot in action, Three rcx robots in cooperation. One rcx card reader,using 2 light sensors to read a 6 bit barcode on each card,transmits IR message to rcx 2 controlling base rotation and fore-arm extension,which in turn sends messages to wrist rcx (grip,tilt and rotation) consecutive cards are stored in the same slot,wrist can flick cards to left or right if higher or lower,in practice a full deck of shuffled playing cards only requires 14-15 slots.