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This QR Codes Research Collection contains third party Tools and templates that we collected and collated for you to help you make decisions, manage processes and implement projects: Best Practices research files and implementation documentation covering definitions, adoptions, impact, benefits and vendors.
This QR Codes Research Collection consists of PDF files PLUS all files are also included in plain text format as well for ease of use. On top of this, all the text files are easily accessible on iPad, iPod touch or iPhone - an extra ePub formatted document of all the files is included in the QR Codes kit.
The Art of Service works with our vendor partners to provide informative white papers, research materials and webcasts on a wide variety of important business technology topics. We feature these valuable IT resources in this QR Codes Kit.
In this QR Codes kit you'll find white papers and research on issues related to QR Codes covering definitions, adoptions, impact, benefits and vendors.
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- Team_16admin25/11/2011 1:30:34 PM
- LCVA.pdfcompany overviewJennifer15/04/2011 12:11:53 AM
- How-To Guides_03_Generate_a_QR_Code.pdfKevin Robert28/01/2011 2:02:31 AM
- pricing-qrcode08-engadmin25/11/2011 1:19:33 PM
- [GIST]QR_Code_Data_Representation_for_AR.pdfChristine Perey19/02/2011 12:46:06 AM
- kaywa_guide_QR_codes_without_prices.pdf17/12/2007 11:20:23 PM
- GIST_QRCode_for_AR.pdfHyoseok Yoon31/01/2011 3:50:38 PM
- ELI7046.pdf7 Things You Should Know About QR CodesELIELI 7 Things You Should Know Series17/03/2009 6:48:49 AM
- QR-Code-Best-Practices.pdfMicrosoft Word - QR Code Best Practices for Print.docxDebra Jacklin05/11/2011 9:07:31 AM
A quick look inside of some of the content:
- The QR code
The information encoded in a QR-Code can be accessed in several ways. The most convenient one is scanning the code with a camera phone, using a scanning software such as Kaywa Reader. Alternatively, you can type the Short Code in your Kaywa Reader or send QR followed by the Short Code to a dedicated SMS number.
QR code has many advantages over other types of mobile tag or barcodes . For example, Microsoft Tag is a barcode which needs a server side to gather information whereas QR code is self-contained but can be extended through URLs encoded in the code data. Also QR code can store much more data than 2D barcodes, and its structure defined with position markers make it easier to track. In , QR codes categorized as visual markers (also include datamatrix) have advantages over using natural features in following areas.
- Connecting with the community
The topic must address this year’s theme, “Connecting with the Community,” and requires a proof of concept with a public presentation. Sid wonders if they could use QR codes to provide information at city gardens. “We can post QR codes next to the plants or garden spaces,” he suggests. “Then any- one with a QR code reader on their phone can scan the code to access a website with additional information.” At the team’s second meeting, Boris reports that three public gardens offer free Wi-Fi access—the roof garden at city hall, the botanical garden, and the heirloom herb garden outside the university library—and they choose the garden at city hall.
- QR codes and education
In physical learning spaces, QR codes might indicate what types of learning take place in each area or provide a link to scheduling software that offers the opportunity to reserve a room. QR codes might kick-start widespread thinking and innovation around information connected to locations and objects. In museums, for example, QR codes might appear on plaques beside art displays, directing patrons to information about the art- work and the artist. QR codes posted on a building might offer visitors the history of the building itself or the corner on which it stands, and they might give the architect’s name or discuss the events happening in the city when the building was built.
- Increase in QR code usage
QR (or quick response) barcode scans grew 1200% from July to December 2010. comScore released its findings that, in June 2011, 14 million Americans scanned QR codes on their mobile phones. These numbers show the importance of QR codes and a need to get it right now rather than later. Although the list of QR code guidelines seems listed below seems long, it’s not really that hard of a task to do it right. The first step is knowledge and understanding of what to do and what not to do.
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