Python application to scan DataMatrix barcodes using webcam. Uses libdmtx as backend decoder and pyGTK for display. Intended as a conference badge scanning application, but flexible enough to allow other applications.

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  • Hey, Steffen, I'm with you! Free Software has a great value. So, I wanna to share my favorite barcode scanner software here. http://www.onbarcode.com/scanner/ (Data Matrix include) It works well and easy to use.

  • Took me not too long to get it running [1] with libdmtx [2] on Debian GNU/Linux. This is a professional looking tool for a jump-start into the otherwise quite pricy world of matrix code handling software. The visualization works great, even if the output of decoded content could be better then with python-virtkey. It's just annoying to get any input field on focus filled with that output too when doing a live demonstration creating the codes on-the-fly. Anyway, that's great value for free software, that certainly contains a lot of know-how in digital image processing, that you may not get even from any commercial product. [1] http://www.advogato.org/person/hasienda/diary/1.html [2] https://sourceforge.net/projects/libdmtx

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Intended Audience

Education, Information Technology

User Interface

GTK+

Programming Language

Python

Registered

2009-08-06