20 de enero de 2013

Quick Response Code

An in-between message, for no special purpose, if not for showing another digital manifestation of an otherwise rather physical typewriter collection:

QR Code generator

The Quick Response Code (QRC) was developed for Toyota Motor Corporation in 1994 to track vehicles during manufacture. For reading them, you need to install a QRC reader app, which is easy and mostly free of charge. You can also create your own QR code easily and for free (e.g. at http://goqr.me/).

3 comentarios:

  1. Even though I work in electronics it these code always amaze me. Barcodes, the UPS code, and the QRC (there were also a few that did not make it into world-wide use)

  2. These things are really taking a long time to take off in the UK, even with the growth of smartphones and the mobile web. I like the patterns though - and they are very easy to make... Idea! Personalised T-shirts with facebook urls! A winner! Then we can truly wear our hearts on our sleeves.

    1. Absolutely, then People can Scan us and positively identify us as typospherians.