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Is It Difficult to Identify the Fake Mask? Let the Structural 3D Code Help You!

Time : 2020-05-08 Hits : 76

Recently, masks have become very scarce. People worry that they can't buy masks with good anti-epidemic effect, and they worry that the masks they have bought are counterfeit. Every day, tens of thousands of fake masks are exposed. News about fake masks is common in various places. Although they are being investigated and punished everywhere, and will be subject to criminal accountability once discovered,But there are still a lot of people taking advantage of opportunities to make money! As ordinary people, it is very difficult to identify the authenticity of the purchased masks.

Is there anything can make people quickly distinguish the authenticity of the exit mask? The answer is yes, the structured 3D code can do it! The structured 3D code can escort the production and circulation of masks, and make the general public safe and reliable.

The structured 3D code is non-copyable.It is an innovative development of QR code technology. It is an organic combination of physical anti-counterfeiting and information technology. It solves the problem of easy copying of QR code. It has a structure, three-dimensional, unique and difficult to copy features. "Structure 3D code" is a structure that uses anti-counterfeit elements and information sets to carve on the structured multi-layer paper physically and randomly , so that different parts of the structure randomly present different structural features of different shades and colors. The structural characteristics can be identified through AI recognition, and finally form an unique "irreproducible face" to each product.

The structured 3D code can also make each product “traceable”. By scanning the 3D code on the product, consumers can trace the product throughout the process, verify the authenticity of the product, obtain production information, circulation information, and logistics information of the products, it's so easy to tell if a mask is genuine.