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QR Translator, Kenji Takaoka (PIJIN)


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Simple solution to make a sign speak any language by just scanning a qr code on it. More than 3,000 well-known places all over Japan. Also useful for visually-impaired persons.

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QR Translator, Kenji Takaoka (PIJIN)

  1. 1. QR Translator
  2. 2. Kansai International Airport QRTranslator 表示イメージ
  3. 3. Fushimi Inari Shrine QR Translator 表示イメー ジ CATEGORY:小売店舗CATEGORY: 神社
  4. 4. Seven-Eleven Convenience Stores CATEGORY:公共施 設
  5. 5. Vending Machines of Coca-Cola Company CATEGORY:公共施 設
  6. 6. How to Generate a Code
  7. 7. Start by clicking on the Create a New QRT Code button
  8. 8. Input source text
  9. 9. Choose up to 14 target languages
  10. 10. Point location
  11. 11. Confirm and Click “Create”
  12. 12. Wait several seconds
  13. 13. QR code created! Download in whatever size you want URL generated!
  14. 14. Text to Speech Google Maps SNS Share
  15. 15. Texts can be edited in a Word-like interface
  16. 16. Copy, redirect or even connect to other contents
  18. 18. Did you know…? Among visually impaired persons, only 1 out of 10 can read Braille.
  19. 19. Did you know…? Braille consists of 1-6 raised dots in 6 cells which corresponds to each character one by one. But, corresponding character to each raised-dots is different by countries.
  20. 20. Braille Japanese Braille Alphabet
  21. 21. Location of a QR code can be marked by 4 dots on the corners surrounding it.
  22. 22. Create a universal business card by adding dots around QR code.
  23. 23. 25 Our Investors
  24. 24. Our sales agents
  25. 25. Thank you very much for your attention.
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  27. 27. Information receivers Information providers