(keitai-l) Re: QR Codes iAppli for non QR Code phones?

From: Benjamin Joffe <benjamin_at_newtgames.com>
Date: 03/05/05
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
I am not completely sure about this, but I tend to think that you have 
to pay
to create or integrate whatever reading tool.
Denso Wave patented the technology, and it is likely they get their revenues
through licensing of readers/software, as they (cleverly) allowed 
anybody to create
QR codes to extend their reach and the adressable market.
Again, not 100% sure...

--  Benjamin

Noriyasu wrote:

>Hi all,
>I found a lots of pages offering software for creating QR codes but no 
>single website which explains how to read QR codes.
>Does anyone know where to find the specs for QR code 
>recognition/reading/decoding?
>
>Thanks,
>Noriyasu
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>Jason Fields wrote:
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>>Hello Keitai-L,
>>I just recently acquired a Vodafone 802se. I was curious about QR Code  
>>support. I read on the Vodafone site that one of the only 3G phones  
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>>from their new line to support QR Codes built in is the Vodafone802N...  
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>>Is there an iAppli out there to allow QR Code support for other  
>>Vodafone handsets, like my 802se?
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>>Thanks,
>>Jason Fields.
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Received on Sat Mar 5 06:18:33 2005