Yes, you can do both. There is software that allows you to read bar codes
with camera phones and of course the IR on the 504 can read bar codes.
On 11/18/02 22:50, "Funk" <funk_at_rieb.kobe-u.ac.jp> wrote:
> I have heard that it is possible to read bar codes with a phone's camera or
> with the 504's infrared function. Is this true? if so, firms can place bar
> codes next to their product ads in magazines so that users can more easily
> access the site either to obtain info about the product or place an order.
> this form of access would be faster than cybird's sugu mail although
> sending a picture would probably be more expensive.
> jeff funk
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