QR Code, 2 Dimension Barcode

By: Infocellular
Maybe all of us have seen black squares randomly arranged, this symbol usually exist in print media such as newspapers, tabloids, banners and others.

QR code stands for Quick Response Code. First developed by Japanese company Denso-Waves in 1994. QR Code can store a link url, geographic coordinates, text and numbers. Compared to regular barcodes, QR has a large data storage space. For numbers and letters code, they are able to store up to 4.296 characters. Comparing with the conventional bar code which is only capable of storing 20 digits.

To Read the QR code, you need QR reader. To look for the QR Code Reader, click here and next follor the rule.


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