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Nagasaki Tatsuo, Fujimori Hiroyoshi, Mori Takeshi, Matsui Shinzo, Akamine Yoshikazu, Wakamatsu Seiichi, Morita Kazuhiko: Dot code and information recording/reproducing system for recording/reproducing dot code.. Olympus Optical Co, September 6, 1995: EP0670555-A1 (183 worldwide citation)

A long time optical recording and repeated reproduction of multimedia information is possible. Using a printer system or printing process system, on a recording medium such as a sheet, the so-caled multimedia information in the form of dot codes (36) together with images (32) and characters (34) is ...


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Nagasaki Tatsuo, Fujimori Hiroyoshi, Mori Takeshi, Matsui Shinzo, Akamine Yoshikazu, Wakamatsu Seiichi, Morita Kazuhiko: Information reproducing system for optically reading a dot code from a recording medium. Olympus Optical Co, April 26, 2000: EP0996083-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

An information reproducing system for optically reading a dot code from a recording medium is provided wherein the dot code comprises a plurality of blocks arranged adjacent to one another. Each of the blocks has a block address pattern, a data dot pattern and a marker which are arranged at predeter ...


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Nagasaki Tatsuo, Fujimori Hiroyoshi, Mori Takeshi, Matsui Shinzo, Akamine Yoshikazu, Wakamatsu Seiichi, Morita Kazuhiko: Information recording medium, information reproducing device and information reproducing method. Olympus Optical Co, April 2, 2003: EP1298579-A1

There is provided an information recording medium onto a part of which information is recorded as dot codes that are optically readable by manually operating a device. One piece of information is divided into a plurality of information pieces that are recorded in a form of separate dot codes. Furthe ...


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Nagasaki Tatsuo, Fujimori Hiroyoshi, Mori Takeshi, Matsui Shinzo, Akamine Yoshikazu, Wakamatsu Seiichi, Morita Kazuhiko: Dot code and information recording/reproducing system for recording/reproducing dot code. Olympus Optical, Nagasaki Tatsuo, Fujimori Hiroyoshi, Mori Takeshi, Matsui Shinzo, Akamine Yoshikazu, Wakamatsu Seiichi, Morita Kazuhiko, SUZUYE Takehiko, April 14, 1994: WO/1994/008314

A long time optical recording and repeated reproduction of multimedia information is possible. Using a printer system or printing process system, on a recording medium such as a sheet, the so-caled multimedia information in the form of dot codes (36) together with images (32) and characters (34) is ...