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Finally got my wrist barcode tattoo ! Photos included watch

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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    How can any monitoring system detect a barcode covered by, say, a shopping bag or, in your case, your sleeve UNLESS the barcode is somehow magnetic or incorporates an RFID.

    It's NOT the barcode they detect, it's the RFID built into the barcoded label.

    See here: http://www.atlasrfid.com/jovix-educa...id-vs-barcode/

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    I told you how it works yet you refuse to listen.
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    Congratulations. You have turned yourself into a commodity. That's never been done before.
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    (Original post by OxFossil)
    Congratulations. You have turned yourself into a commodity. That's never been done before.
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    Thanks.

    What does commodity mean ?
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    (Original post by Cleverboy1991)
    I told you how it works yet you refuse to listen.
    Barcode requires line of sight. No sight of the code = an inability to detect the presence or absence of a barcode.

    It's quite simple really.

    Do you know what RFID is?
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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    Barcode requires line of sight. No sight of the code = an inability to detect the barcode.

    It's quite simple really.

    Do you know what RFID is?
    honestly don't bother :sigh:
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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    Barcode requires line of sight. No sight of the code = an inability to detect the presence or absence of a barcode.

    It's quite simple really.

    Do you know what RFID is?
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    honestly don't bother :sigh:
    Eh ?


    I've explained to him how it works but some people can't be told
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    **** tat waste of money & you wouldnt be able to be scanned properly as a shops item you'd hear the beep and it'd maybe come up as not on file lol
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    (Original post by Cleverboy1991)
    Eh ?


    I've explained to him how it works but some people can't be told
    No you haven't. I'll ask you again, do you know what RFID is?
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    (Original post by Cleverboy1991)
    Eh ?


    I've explained to him how it works but some people can't be told
    :yy:
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    How do you plan on keeping it looking as it is? Those (very) thin lines, and the numbers, will blur and become much less sharp over time. I guess touch ups would help, but then you'd be at more risk of a blow out which would ruin it entirely
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    (Original post by Cleverboy1991)


    Wait, what ? Of course it isn't
    Getting a barcode tattooed on you isn't?
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    I've seen better. And never understood the barcode tattoo. :hmmmm:.


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    what item will show up once you scan yourself ?

    douchebag 2017?
    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    What do you come up as? And what price?
    He rings up as a packet of tampons. :yy:
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    (Original post by (づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ)
    It kind of reminds me of the identification numbers tattooed onto Jewish people held in concentration camps.
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    *Looks at username*
    *Looks at thread title*

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    (Original post by Zxyn)
    I can’t wait to see your disappointment when you walk out of a shop and the alarms don’t sound as you hoped for (based on your previous posts)
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    Don't really see the point of it, its just a random barcode and its not like the numbers represent anything. but ok
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    (Original post by Nerry)
    Don't really see the point of it, its just a random barcode and its not like the numbers represent anything. but ok
    It's a barcode. Of course it represents something
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    (Original post by Cleverboy1991)
    It's a barcode. Of course it represents something
    you're... for sale?
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    (Original post by Nerry)
    you're... for sale?
    I'm available
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    (Original post by Cleverboy1991)
    I'm available
    RFID
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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    RFID
    Yes, what about it ?
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    (Original post by Cleverboy1991)
    Actually in certain shops they activate the alarm system to detect unscanned barcodes, I know tags set them off but as I said so do barcodes in some places
    That's got to be the stupidest idea ever. All you'd have to do is cover it up with something magnetic.

    If you want to set alarms off in shops, use a tank circuit like they do themselves. It's a ~26pF ceramic capacitor and a coil of around 20-25 turns, connected to make a loop (without a battery). It picks up and reflects high-freq RF.

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    Always carry a Faraday cage.
 
 
 
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