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QR CODE decoding using drone

Hi! I have a question regarding the QR CODE recognition. I wanted to know is it possible to setup image processing on a quadcopter so that it will be able to decode the qr code and display it on a laptop or any other screen. Say, I know what possibilities can be there. Like the numbers 1 to 10 but encoded to a QR CODE. Can somebody help me with this issue as it is critical for a competition that I am taking part in.

Thanks for helping! Happy

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Think of how the cloud works.

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Amazon's Alexa does it's voice processing on the cloud so your drone may not have the CPU oomph to do this. Why not use the video link back to your laptop and do the processing there then transmit the result back to the drone, etc.

This does take a background in programming so I have to think you are a programmer or have programmers on your team.

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(NT) Thanks!

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