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Le 06.12.2010 19:06, Daniel P. Brown a écrit :
> On Mon, Dec 6, 2010 at 12:07, Floyd Resler <fres...@adex-intl.com> wrote:
>> They're 2d barcodes.  I did a Google search and really couldn't find 
>> anything.  After talking with my boss, though, we decided that this project 
>> would probably take too much time and be frustrating for the users.  We're 
>> trying to decode barcodes from pictures taken with cell phones.  In testing 
>> the images are blurry and probably wouldn't be able to be read. However, if 
>> you happen to know of PHP class that could decode 2d barcodes, I'd still be 
>> interested in checking it out just in case my boss wants to revisit it.
>     It's likely that the only way you could do something like that
> would be to screen-read the image you receive, because - even if you
> generated the barcode yourself - there are a variety of different
> formats and compression algorithms.  Coming from a cell phone, an
> image of an image, would be even more difficult.
>     That said, there are a variety of free barcode scanners, and most
> now handle 2D barcodes (including QR codes), which then translate the
> data into a plain string of data, which could then quite easily be
> read and managed by PHP, of course.

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