QR Codes.

14 Jan

QR Codes are 2 dimensional barcodes that are easily scanned using any modern mobile phone. This code will then be converted (called “dequrified”) into a piece of (interactive) text and/or link. For instance, you walk around in the city and notice a poster for an event that seems interesting. You take out your mobile phone, scan the QR Code and will instantly get more information and a link to a website where you can book your tickets. You don’t have to type or remember anything and because QR Codes can be very small, this saves a lot of space on the product as well.

What can you do with QR codes.

By creating your own QR Codes (called “qurifying”) you can make whatever you want more interactive. Put one on your business card, on flyers for a party or poster to promote your products or services. Or use them to help sorting your books or CD’s, put them on your keys or tools so you know what they are for. Just qurify any text or website url, put the QR Code on a product and make everything you have more interactive

Create your QR Code here.

http://www.mobile-barcodes.com/widget/

QR-Code Generator by Mobile-Barcodes.com

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2 Responses to “QR Codes.”

  1. whitematter January 15, 2011 at 5:42 pm #

    thats nice.. it can be used as a coded language

  2. whitematter January 15, 2011 at 5:44 pm #

    adding to it ::

    Facebook appears to have started enabling users to generate custom two-dimensional QR codes.

    From the looks of the screenshot embedded above, there are two types of QR codes: a personal barcode or a “status QR barcode”. This also seems to appear on Facebook Fan Pages.

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