Can anyone identify this picture?

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Feb 19, 2008
  1. CannonBallZ
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    What is that? I feel like I have seen this before, can anyone identify it?
     
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    It's a bar code, a more complex code that can encrypt mroe data in it I believe.
     
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    Lol i was assuming it was a magic eye?
    is it one of those barcodes on boxes and crates
     
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    looks like one of those ip-to-image thingys
     
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    It's one of those DoCoMo ad thingies they have in Japan. If you take a photo of it with a Japanese cellphone an image will be created
     
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    Im instantly reminded of the Nintnedo scan cards for the card scanner.
    I remember seeing a hacking guide on those things with a very simular image with the three boxs.
    Though the image could be of any box shaped scan code, so who knows.
     
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    shaunj66 has a phone that can decode these [​IMG]
    if you send him a PM he'll decrypt the code for you
    I guess there are online decoders though
     
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    It says:


    Um wtf...
     
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    if you have a symbian phone(Nokia) there are lots of applications to decrypt these, using phone camera a a scanner [​IMG]
     
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    Aye I think Quickmark (which can also scan QR codes) are preinstalled on some Nokia units. When I got my N95 it's already installed there. (Same with HTC units I think, it's in my HTC Hermes, HTC Touch Cruise.)

    http://www.quickmark.com.tw/
     
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    Wow...haha deeper into the rabbit hole we go...
    Thanks for pointing out the QR code stuff...i was thinking docomo stuff...
    Orc how did you decode it?
     
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    See post above your post.

    The DOCOMO calling card QR codes were kinda smaller for some reason (but can still be read by any QR reader).
     
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    UPS started using those barcodes about 8 years ago. Maybe that's why it looked familiar to you?
     
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    Right on [​IMG]
     

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