CueCat inventor's new real-world tagging technology uses all the sensors in your phone.
Augmented reality service overlays 3D images onto the real world through a smartphone, using the matrix barcodes as the anchor, for ads and commerce.
Like a modern-day CueCat, Microsoft's Tag technology uses a cell phone camera to read bar codes linking printed materials to online content.
Innovative new tag uses Tag Reader app and your iPhone's camera to get information to you quickly and easily.
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Software maker is licensing a new format that uses colorful triangles, rather than black and white lines, to pack more data into less space. Images: Microsoft's multicolor bar code
These services will index, clean up, organize, and transfer your camera-phone images.
Image recognition technology turns the camera phone into a text-free tool for promotions and Internet search.