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This is hilarious. Each glyph is a QR code containing a single letter. The text generated could be read by machines only, one letter at a time. Quick response, indeed. I can sense a bit of cynicism toward geeks here. 10/10
Welcome, QR codes! You know how we can read this font, please? Exist any kind of web translator for this codes?
There are various online decoders. Here are two:
By the way, fantastic use of Fotstruct: 10/10
@elmoyenique: It's a 2D barcode, and you need a barcode reader to read the encoded content. Apart from the solution riccard0 wrote, you can use a smartphone (running iOS, Android, etc.) with camera, and a QR code reader app. In case the QR code is a URL, the app will take you directly to the website.
@ricard0,@Frodo7: Thanks a lot, compañeros. I'll try it.
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