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Streetart, underpass Hanauer Landstr.
Our life styles will be forever changed.
a large QR code with lots of squares.
pic for Flickr Friday's theme #square #cuadrado
Each Nerdlepoint canvas is a unique QRcode marked on a piece of 13-count Zweigart "orange stripe" mono canvas. (It doesn't really need all those adjectives, but I like describing the canvas as though it were a blued-steel submachine gun in a pompous 80s spy novel.)
Each canvas contains a unique QRcode. When you buy the pattern, you get a passcode that lets you redirect that QRcoded URL anywhere you like. The back-end platform is the same as the one I use for www.p8tch.com
I sold this particular canvas to Mary D. way back in *cough cough* SEPTEMBER, and am finally sending it to her. I'm so sorry for the long wait!
More about Nerdlepoint at www.nerdlepoint.com
QR code as jewelry. I had etched this QR code and had it laying around for a while. This weekend, I decided to jewelrify it. :)
After the needlepoint patch is done, it's totally trapezoidal (due to the diagonal pull of the yarn on all the canvas intersections.)
Following the needlepoint books' instructions, I wet the piece, then use stainless steel T-pins and a blocking board (both borrowed from Kate) to stretch it back into shape.
After drying for about 24 hours, it should hold a square shape. If it doesn't hold its shape after that, I'll spread some rabbit-skin glue on the back. (Actually, I'll probably do that anyway.)
Here, I'm showing some passers-by how to scan a code using a Nokia n95 phone, and how they can [deep breath] buy a pattern to stitch their own needlepoint canvas that will then contain a machine-readable proxy url on the nerdlepoint dot com website which they can control using a password that comes with the canvas so they can redirect the final target of the canvas to any URL destination they want like their flickr photostream or possibly their RSS feed.
I think my sales pitch needs some paring down :)
Not a photoshop, this is our actual new sign, just installed in the rain. It scans, hurrah!
Graphic Image that is able to take you to just about anything online. Business cards, Video, Sales Pages all via an App downloaded onto the hand device enabling communication.
For those who are living, or has been, in Japan, you will probably recognize what it is right away. But just in case you don't know what that is.. It is call QR code.
The "QR" is derived from "Quick Response", as the creator intended the code to allow its contents to be decoded at high speed. QR Codes are common in Japan, where they are currently the most popular type of two dimensional codes. - wiki
If you are curious, you can decode it and find out what it says by sending this image to a decoder. There are many online decoder available. I could tell you, but whats the fun in that!?
First decoder wins a prize! Oh, except Liz cuz you already know.
If you do find a decoder, here's this image static URL here
QR Code abstract geometric permutation op art from monochromeandminimal project Pietern - 3d minimal
TechCrunch is reporting that Facebook is providing QRcode links to status pages:
I stitched this little 2.5" by 3" needlepoint patch in February of 2008 *beats chest*. The URL encoded goes to my profile.
...so I guess I'm simultaneously two years ahead, and two hundred years behind the times!
More of my QRcode needlpoint at www.nerdlepoint.com
Now I just have to update my 8 year old website before I give them out! I letterpressed these at the AS220 Print Shop. www.as220.org/printshop
You can read the exhibit description with any reader installed in your cell phone (I recommend QR droid)
Y me disculpan lo caimán del código, cuando tuve la idea original de la foto pensé ponerlo en modo 'multiplicar' -en photoshop-, pero luego me di cuenta de que así no lo escaneaba el celular, malamia, igualmente, enjoy :)
La fotografía fue tomada al estilo Backstage, para que no se pierdan mis super luces ;)
Niveles y Contraste en Lightroom; Capas Varias en Adobe Photoshop CS5.
Tell all the Truth but tell it slant —
Success in Circuit lies
Too bright for our infirm Delight
The Truth's superb surprise
As Lightning to the Children eased
With explanation kind
The Truth must dazzle gradually
Or every man be blind —
-- Emily Dickinson, J1129, F1263A
Haga/Kasahara/Maekawa tetrahedron. (I made one about the same time, same crease pattern and all, but mine was not very good -- big seam across a face.) The paper, if you'd like to try.
Step 1: Figure out what you want to reference with your QR Code quilt. Consider your blog, a photo, a YouTube video or a fun message. Google QR Code Generator to access any one of the many QR Code Generator websites. Type in your link address, generate the code! This QR Code will take you to www.vancouvermodernquiltguild.ca
Step 2: Save the code as an image. Open it in Word. Maximize the size of your code image to print as large as possible on an 8.5 x 11 page. Print.
Step 3: Using a straight edge and fine tip black pen, draw horizontal and vertical lines, connecting the black squares. Then, create two columns to the right of your code. At the top, label one B for Black and the other W for White. Count up the number of black and white squares in each row and record the numbers so you know how many squares to cut with your 2" die on the GO! Baby Accuquilt cutting system. I needed roughly 200 squares of each colour.
Incidently, you don't have to use black. As long as you have contrast with white, I think any colour (except maybe yellow) would work. Best to scan a paper print out first to confirm, but many of the QR Code Generator websites allow you to generate your code with white + another colour.
This QR Code had been heavily modified and it still can be scanned !
I test it with the Quickmark app for HTC Diamond and it's good.
Does it work for you too ?
You can read more about this pillow project on my blog here:
The 2D barcode contains this URL:
...which is a link to Semapedia.
Semapedia's goal is to connect the virtual and physical world by bringing the right information from the wikipedia to the relevant place in physical space.
So, you know, the wikipedia entry for "pillow" will be sitting on the end of my couch. I love this mixed-reality future-shock stuff!
The previous picture in the Flickr photostream is me getting a successful read of the code using a 2D laser barcode scanner. The next picture in the photostream is a close-up of the stitching.
To finish the project, I'll stitch this top into a box pillow (just as soon as I learn how to do that.) Fortunately, I was given a copy of Rosey Grier's Needlepoint for Men for Christmas, so I can use the box pillow pattern from the Scowling Samurai throw pillow. Or the dogs-playing poker one!
Scan the code with: a reader:
QR CODE on your mobile phone and you are on TMV///
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Voici le lien vers votre application :
TMV///QR CODE 2.0 OFFICIEL.
Il suffit de scanner le QR Code avec votre téléphone.
ou copie ce lien :
Scanner le code avec : un lecteur : QR CODE sur votre téléphone portable et c'est parti vous êtes sur TMV/// 24 heures sur 24 et 7 jours sur 7
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Quick QR code for this great little comic analysis blog.
My first attempt at it with the knitting machine, using scrap yarn. There's an error in row 3. However, when I increase the contrast between the colors in photoshop, it SCANS!!
The kaywa reader software reads this in a flash whereas the N95 one does pic out the image and highlights it but will not read the data
This is the QRcode needlepoint that got posted in BoingBoing in 2007, and enjoyed brief stardom in the NY Times.
I sent the stitched needlepoint QRcode top to Amanda at Woolworks NYCand she sewed it up into a little velvet box pillow.
Woolworks are also the folks that stitched up the NY Post covers for Brigid Berlin.
The QRcode on the pillow embeds the URL:
The QR code @caseorganic drew on the plexiglass scanned successfully!
Behind the scenes of a photo shoot for a Portland publication.