Turns out that there was a bunch of people that thought the same thing, in 2011.


Final project description – SgSigns

Website that allows the public to create their own signs, in four languages. The output is a .jpg of the sign, and a QR code, for print and distribution. QR stores link to image. Both are uploaded to anonymous image hosting site. Possible storage of Geodata. Public can also view signs using QR decoder, or a paginated list.

Features and procedures are as follows:

Creating a sign

  1. Choose option to create sign
  2. Key in text
  3. Begin translation
  4. Finalize sign
  5. Upload sign as image (imgurl)
  6. Register URL
  7. Register Geodata

Viewing signs (QR)

  1. Choose option to view signs from QR code
  2. Begin camera
  3. Scan for QR data
  4. Retrieve image at hosting for display

Viewing signs (List)

  1. Choose option to view list.

Translations with MS translate

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLVrn3GJB1s?rel=0&w=560&h=315]




  • http://goqr.me/api/
  • http://blogs.msdn.com/b/translation/p/gettingstarted1.aspx
  • https://datamarket.azure.com/dataset/1899a118-d202-492c-aa16-ba21c33c06cb
  • https://code.google.com/p/micrsoft-translator-php-wrapper/

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