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Microscopic Look at my CA Driver’s License- 10.27.11

caid0.jpg Sure the new California Driver’s Licenses started in Oct 2010… but since mine was about to expire, i’ve only just gotten bored enough to get one and stare at it up close… WAY up close… with the microscope. It’s quite awesome seeing where they went all Toys R Us with the backwards R… hidden little strings of text in microscopic ascii art fashion nearly invisible to the naked eye… initials and birth year are tucked all over… some birthdays and signatures are raised… when you hold it up to the light you can see the state bear appear out of tiny holes… So take a peek at the details and some of the beautiful patterns they used super close up on my new driver’s license!

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And just found on the new Tennessee Driver’s License… Hologram Ambigram! tenn.jpg

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I thought you might be interested to know that those little yellow dots you can see in most of your photos that are spaced out in a sparse grid are actually an embedded digital code from the printer that printed it.

Search Wikipedia for Printer_steganography

You can even decode it (check instructables)

Thanks :)
.james

----- James Scott 28.10.11 11:44

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