Barcodas

Here’s a little piece of sunshine in the form of an iPhone App. Launch Barcodas and scan a barcode into it using the iPhone’s camera. It will turn the barcode into a musical sequence. You can change the tempo of your new audio sequence and share it on Facebook. Now I finally have something to do other than filling my cart while shopping in the supermarket.

“The barcodas app scans any ean (8 or 13) or upc (e or a) barcode and turns it into a musical pattern in a user-selectable harmonic scale. Imagine walking into a supermarket filled with thousands of tunes to discover, supermarket symphony! Share the barcodes you love listening to on Facebook, so all your barcodas friends can scan them too.” – nr74.org/barcodas.html

For more info: nr74.org/barcodas.html

via createdigitalmusic

This entry was written by Oliver Chesler, posted on April 19, 2011 at 4:59 am, filed under iPhone and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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One Response to “Barcodas”

  1. Tazzaler says:

    I wonder if my Mezzo Mix can will make a minimal chime or not..

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