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qr codes

Discussion in 'Web Development' started by DnEbook, Mar 24, 2009.

  1. DnEbook

    DnEbook Membership: VIP

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    Has anyone been their research on these ?

    they are a code simular to a barcode , except they look like a maze and can be read vertically and horizontally

    They will appear on tshirts and other articles of clothing, they have been in japan for nearly a decade and are set to spread throughout the world , you scan them with your mobile phone and they can take you directly to a website contained in the code, so far i have noticed qrtshirts.com.au has gone and qrshopping.com.au has been taken by someone, it does seem there are some opportunities left ..... maybe food for thought ?

    qrcodes.com.au is gone and the .net.au as well , below is a link about them

    http://www.denso-wave.com/qrcode/aboutqr-e.html
     
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  2. soj

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    I have seen them around a fair bit, in magazines, and a lot of movie advertisements have them too. I have also noticed them on Samsung TVs for sale. The Nokia N95 has software which can scan them, but it only takes you onto a url. I don't see how they could be that handy really, and i don't really see them taking off.