• History of Barcode

    Bardcode is a visual data represented in white spaces between black parallel lines, which could be red by a scanning device and is called “1D”.  As a simple identification, barcodes are added to goods. Their usage can be applied in warehouses and retail stores for monitoring inventories and in accounts for many other applications. Now there are other “2D” barcodes represented in rectangles, dots, hexagons and other geometric patterns, they are also scannable by a devise.
  • What is Bardy?

    To the Greek's, the Egyptians' bardy rolls are "paper!" It's the oldest type of paper on earth known as papyrus. Papyrus is identical to ancient Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks' writings. It shows the images of the Dead Sea Scrolls. And its mythical position in the growth and civilization of the middle-east and west is remarkable. During the 3rd century B.C., papyrus was scarce because of the stock-rise in Alexandria library in Egypt.