Posts Tagged ‘qr code’

QR clock

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

Markus shared his QR clock in the project log forum: being inspired by ch00ftech's QR clock  I made my own variation of this nice idea: A PIC32 decodes the time signal from a DCF77 receiver, calculates a QR code containing this time information, and displays it animated at 30 FPS...

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Laser etched QR code in wood

Saturday, November 12th, 2011

Jobytaffey added this picture of a laser etched QR code to our Flickr stream.

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DangerousPrototypes web site QR code with logo

Sunday, October 9th, 2011

TitanMKD created a DangerousPrototypes QR code with logo inside based on Hack a Day's tutorial. Via the forum.

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QR code generator script for Eagle

Saturday, October 1st, 2011

2D barcodes in Eagle: As i was preparing some boards for manufacturing (perhaps a 7400 entry) I thought it would be fun to partake in Itead's OpenPCB program. But that requires me to have some identifying mark on my board and I thought a QR code would be perfect. Thanks...

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Android as a user interface to hardware projects

Sunday, March 20th, 2011

Mario Böhmer at Dev-O-Rama wanted to access data from his web enabled embedded HTLPSensorNode Arduino project using his Android phone. He decided to use the Barcode Scanner app instead of a more traditional approach in order to add an artistic angle. Mario describes the theory he employed to build an...

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Barcode challenge for radio operators

Monday, December 27th, 2010

Clearing out old posts before the new year, some of these might seem ancient. How to hand decode a QR code transmitted over HAM radio slow scan TV. Via Hack a Day.

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QR codes in the wild

Saturday, October 24th, 2009

Saw a QR code on the Elephant Parade. (more…)

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