For the rest of us like you (who prefer cheap or free stuff..), the best
place to begin is open source.
I've seen individuals creating QR code reader, I believe they did not
start from ISO specs, which is not only expensive but hard to read. I
E.g., have Java QR code reader on my au that I downloaded for free from
an individual's website.
On Sun, 06 Mar 2005 22:23:49 +0100
Noriyasu <noriyasu_at_web.de> wrote:
> Thank you very much to all.
> Benjamin Joffe wrote:
> >I guess that if you get the specification document from ISO (200 CHF, ~180 USD for the paper or electronic version) you should have all required information to code
> >a reader as well (which would probably be faster than reverse-engineer the coding method from an encoder).
> As I am a student it is more a matter of money than a matter of time.
> So first I am going to try to develop some reverse-engineered software
> if possible.
> If not, I will rethink about the spec documents.
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Received on Mon Mar 7 01:04:08 2005