Category QR Code
QR codes are making the check-in process at Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport a little bit easier. For passengers who do not have to check in any baggage can check in by going to the Chinese language http://www.xmairport.com.cn/, the airport’s Web site. On the site, they will be required to submit their personal information. After that, [...]Read more
It has been a long time coming but we heard from the grapevine that Xiamen airport is now allowing its passengers to check into the airport by scanning QR Code. For those who are unfamiliar with QR Codes, they are an evolved version of your basic 2D barcode…the same ones that the cashier at the [...]Read more
QR Codes Appear in Mundy Park In British Columbia in Canada, QR codes are regaling Mundy Park visitors to interesting bits of information about the park and everything inside it. QR codes have been placed on park signs all around the area. When you scan the QR code, you will be able to see relevant [...]Read more
Learning about the history and culture of a place that you are visiting should not end the very moment the plane hits the runway. Most of us try to absorb and learn as much as we can about a city or country before a trip. It turns us into frantic, info-hungry internet surfers who compiles [...]Read more
In Grand Rapids, Michigan, organizers for the Fifth Third River Bank Run will be introduced to QR codes. It seems that it is a week of firsts when it comes to QR codes. After years of tracking QR codes as they are used by marketers, educators and other people, we thought that we have seen [...]Read more
If you have worked for large companies that deals with large and bulk purchases of stuff on a regular basis, you would know what it feels like to fill in the same form with the same exact information each and every time and then go through the same motion from week to week just to [...]Read more
In Israel, QR codes are ensuring that people are eating kosher food. The Chief Rabbinate of Tel Aviv has started giving out kashrut certificates to the restaurants in the city. These certificates come with a QR code printed on them. When you scan the QR code, you will see the restaurant’s name and address. In [...]Read more
QR codes in libraries are nothing new. These ubiquitous barcodes have been used to give patrons more information about the books, the library itself as well as having been links to videos showing how to search for a book, how to use the Dewey decimal system and other different how to videos. Remember how QR [...]Read more
QR codes are just about everywhere these days. On print materials, on marketing flyers, on business cards, on product packaging, inside libraries, on magazines. You name it, you can probably put a QR code on it. But how about on the backs of ants? In Switzerland, researchers at the University of Lausanne have put QR [...]Read more
Budweiser Brazil is helping people get connected a lot more easily than before. If you are in a bar, the last thing you would want to be lugging around are pieces of paper and a pen. However, what if you meet the girl or guy of your dreams and you want to call him or [...]Read more
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