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Thread: Cue:Cat barcode wand with PIC and Linux
face picon face BY : Bill Westfield email (remove spam text)

   >If you're meaning to pick up a barcode that's a small scene within the
   >larger picture, possibly at some wierd angle, that would be an interesting

   That is just exactly what I was talking about all the time. And it has
   been realized many many times over. Think OCR.

However, this is NOT what I was originally asking about.  I want a barcode
reader that operates at a moderately constant distance (modulo the thickness
of a book or so) and moderately constant orientation.  I want a hands-free
scanner that I can put one book after another under (aligned agains a
straight edge) and have it read the bar codes while I do nothing but move
the "products" themselves.  Think of something like a grocery-store scanner,
but slower...


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In reply to: Your message of Tue, 2 Jan 2001 00:35:43 +0200
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