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QR Codes

QR Codes are similar to bar codes in that they are read optically. Most-common in Japan, all Japanese cell phones can read them; all fancy phones in America (iPhone, etc.) have downloadable apps that can read QR Codes (semacode is a free QR Code app for the iPhone but there are many for all).

One application that is becoming common is encoding a website's URL and including the image in a print advertisement.

The QR Codes below were created by; create QR and semacode/DataMatrix from text:

QR Codes
{philadelphia reflections qrcode} {george fisher qr code}
Philadelphia Reflections George Fisher (Flash... N/G on iPhone)
{chemical heritage society qr code} {kaiser qr code}
Chemical Heritage Society Kaiser Permanente
{george fisher advisors qr code}
George Fisher Advisors QR Code George Fisher Advisors semacode/DataMatrix

Originally published: Tuesday, April 20, 2010; most-recently modified: Monday, June 03, 2019

I love QR codes. They are awesome and offer an unlimited amount of data to compliment a print ad. Cool stuff
Posted by: Thomas   |   Feb 14, 2011 4:22 PM