Category QR Code
In the beginning, everyone was a little skeptical about whether QR Codes would be merely a fad, a flash in the pan or is it going to be something so spectacularly accepted that it would remain, not merely as a trend, but as a permanent feature in traditional media and advertising. People speculated, others tried [...]Read more
Remember how QR codes placed on your resume could help you get a job? For an artist or photographer, a QR code could help bring hiring managers to your portfolio. For a Web developer, it could bring recruiters to various Web sites that you have created. Any jobseeker could use QR codes to easily lead [...]Read more
The Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum has new tour guides in its premises: QR codes. The museum has recently announced that they have finished putting up the QR codes in various strategic locations all around their location. When scanned, these QR codes provided background information on its various exhibits as well as more information [...]Read more
It seems that QR codes embedded on the streets is quite the trend these days. Seoul in South Korea, for one, has started embedding QR codes on its pavements to guide tourists through its more notable districts. And then there’s Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, which is famous for its beautiful sidewalk mosaics. However, these [...]Read more
QR Codes have been around for ages in Japan and yet, it took the technology more than a decade to come to this side of the world. But all this is thanks to the fact that we didn’t have mobile technology like what we have today a decade ago. Now that it has made its [...]Read more
Professor Stanley May, of the University of Dakota, has developed a quick response code that is visible only under infrared light. Professor May created this invisible QR code alongside Jon Kellar and their other colleagues at the School of Mines and Technology. This invisible code aims to help prevent security counterfeiting as well as forgery. [...]Read more
Seoul, South Korea is now using quick response codes to attract more tourists. The streets of the capital city are literally teeming with QR codes. The two-dimensional matrix bar codes are not really new to Koreans. In fact, they’ve been using these for years as part of their mobile marketing strategies. Remember the first ever [...]Read more
From within the Pinellas County’s historical village, there is a museum that showcases the heritage, culture and history of the amazingly rich place. The place remains to be one of the very few maintained villages in the country, while the rest of the country is rushing forward, this place is where work is constantly being done to ensure that nothing (much) changes.Read more
Imagine that you are in a large exhibition or a seminar and someone relatively interesting is speaking on stage. Right there, as you are listening to this person talk, your mind is wondering more about this person. If you have a leaflet in front of you that tells you more about the person who is [...]Read more
Seoul, South Korea, is coming out with QR codes to help the city become friendlier to tourists. Visitors to Seoul can now use their smartphones and scan the QR codes to get information about the city. For example, if the need to know what trains to take on the subway, they can get that information [...]Read more
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