COPYCODER PRIVATE MESSAGES
MAKE YOURS HERE

Demonstration

SHARE A SECRET NOW


IDEAL FOR PRINTING OUT ON CARDS - ALL MESSAGES ARE FREE.

 

TO READ THE SECRET MESSAGE
PUT A COPYCODER PANEL ON TOP.

Copycoder as sold


TYPE INTO THE BOX
then click the red button to encode it (max. 6 lines).


THE COPYCODER IS ONLY AVAILABLE FROM
MINDSETS ONLINE.

Stocks are now limited.
Once they're gone - they're gone!

 


You can start sending messages straightaway! You only need a Copycoder to decode them.
You can send them anywhere as image file attachments.
Before your message can be decoded, it should be printed out.
Use with consideration. Outcome is responsibility of user.
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It works on your mobile phone too!
You'll have to zoom the image for the clearest effect.
   

 

HERE IT IS AS A LEARNING AID FOR CHILDREN. Click on any of these sheets to download. Print out (sized to fill an A4 sheet) then use a COPYCODER to read it.

   

 

COPYCODER applications

Escape Rooms - now very popular!
Greetings Cards
(Send the coded card by 1st class mail then the Copycoder to read it follows 2nd class.)

Secret message clubs
Revealing winning numbers in newspaper competitions
Batch information on packaging
Aid to memorisation on learning sheets

 
 

It's important that your computer prints out the code generated on this site at the correct size. The on-site coding engine actuated by the red button gets this right automatically in the majority of cases.

Copycoded images are made up of strips, tilted at 40 degrees from the vertical. A quick test is to measure across any ten adjacent strips on a printout created with the coding engine with a ruler - as shown here (the red lines have been added for clarity). This measurement should be exactly 35mm.

If it's wrong, you'll need to change the printer software's image scaling adjustment or to use image editing software to resize the image of the code until this dimension prints out at 35mm.

Happy copycoding!

Printed Size Test
   

 


Messages are not monitored. The Copycoder was invented by Stephen Ostler of Sedgeberrow, England. All rights reserved.   Email me here.

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