QR codes with i-nigma. You can encode either a link to a website, a message to a friend, or your contact details.
Then turn the information into a mobile barcode, one that can be printed on stationery, advertising or packaging, a t-shirt, or even built into a website or a Facebook page - and read by an i-nigma enabled mobile device. Creating a mobile barcode is easy. Select what kind of barcode you want to create (QR Code or Data Matrix), then type in the web address (URL) or text you want to encode, and watch the mobile barcode being created, instantly. When you're finished, give it a title, and then scan, print or save it. The following requirements must be followed to ensure your mobile barcode will work effectively: Barcode size - Minimum 2cm x 2cm. White space surrounding the barcode - for best results, we suggest at least 4mm. of white space around the barcode.
BeQRious - trends. Zebra Crossing - open source. ZXing (pronounced "zebra crossing") is an open-source, multi-format 1D/2D barcode image processing library implemented in Java, with ports to other languages. Our focus is on using the built-in camera on mobile phones to scan and decode barcodes on the device, without communicating with a server. However the project can be used to encode and decode barcodes on desktops and servers as well.
It can generate QR Code, Data Matrix, Aztec Code and Micro QR Code for the time being. Because QR Code is much more popular than the other code formats, it is separately named in the page title. If you need more information on two dimensional bar code systems, I strongly suggest that you take a look at Roger Smolski‘s comprehensive blog on QR Code and two dimensional bar codes. Using the form on this page, you can create two dimensional code images that trigger various actions on the scanner device. Widget embeds QR. Create Colorful QR Codes. KAYWA reader. Scanvenger game. Who can set up a Scanvenger Hunt?
Everyone can set up a Scanvenger Hunt, its easy and fast. You can even test your own hunt, reedit questions, checkpoints and much more, if you'd like to. Don't worry we will also help you through if needed. QR Stuff - reader for PCs? QR Code Smartphone Apps And Phone Software For your phone to be able to read QR Codes you will need to have a QR Code scanning app or QR Code scanning software installed on it.
For those without an iPhone or Andriod, some of the following sites offer the option of downloading via PC and then transferring and installing the software to your phone, or visiting with the website with your smartphone via its browser for direct download and installation. Some also have the option of setting the application up on your phone as a device bookmark. QR Codes on Your PC. [Windows Only] If you are reading this, it’s likely that you already have some idea what a QR Code (or tag) is.
If not, you can find out more about QR Codes on Wikipedia. Here’s my QR tag – what does it say? Below, you can find out how to decode it. People with smart phones and an internet connection, can take a snapshot of the code and find out what it says. QR Code Nederland - software for PCs. iCandy for PCs. Dansl Desktop Reader. What are QR Codes?
: A QR code is a lot like a barcode you see on most products. QR codes are a great way to share information like websites and contact info. They can be scanned using your camera equipped device and a proper QR code processing app (For Android, I use the Barcode Scanner App, and on iPhone I use QR Reader for iPhone.) Once the code is scanned and processed, it takes you directly to the URL on your device, or shows you whatever else was encoded in the QR code. I love the ease ability of QR codes, just a quick scan, and the content is on your device.
Note: I have moved all the info and download links for QRreader to. QRlicious - buy custom QRs. QKies. QR Chocolates. QR T-shirts. QR code temporary tattoos. Bum-vertising: fundraising. Britain’s female beach volleyball champions have turned their bottoms into their bottom line with their cheeky new kit design.That's because the skimpy outfits will now feature advertising on the bikini bottoms and actively encourage fans to take photos of the athletic arses.
As shown off by Zara Dampney, 24, and Shauna Mullin, 26 - Britain’s female beach volleyball champions and currently ranked No 32 in the world - the kit has a Quick Response (QR) code printed on the rear. Spectators have to point their camera-phone at this matrix barcode and will then be taken to the website of the advertiser Betfair… remember that in case you are caught taking a photo of and athlete's bottom by your wife. The kit reveal was held ahead of this week’s test London 2012 beach volleyball tournament at Horse Guards Parade in London where the unique marketing technique will be tested. NeoReader. Download NeoReader® direct from your mobile device!
Two ways to get NeoReader: Search for NeoReader in your phone's app store. Delivr QR tracking. NeoSphere QR tracking. QuickMark - many phones. INVX - QR Generator only. QR Codes Could Be Big. QR Code infographic. Embed this infographic on your site <a href=" src=" alt="QR Code - Infographic" title="Qr Code Infographic" width="724" height="1200" /></a><br/><a href=" ID – The The Barcode People</a> Whether or not you realize this, you probably know what a QR code is.
They’re everywhere from shipping labels to magazine covers to fliers on community boards. Some companies like Coca-Cola and American Airlines have gotten clever and worked them into their print ads. The question is, what’s stopping you from getting in the game? The Untouchables. ICE 2012 App. Our App is back!
ICE members loved our Conference App, EventLink, in 2013. This year, the ICE 2014 app is again available in an iPad-specific format as well as native iPhone, Android and Blackberry versions. App functionality for 2014 includes many features you asked for! The ICE 2014 app includes: AniseSmith QR codes. Voice of Dictators. Planned Parenthood QR. Here’s a social media experiment that we didn’t see coming. Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest has begun distributing 55,000 condoms to college students with QR codes, allowing students to anonymously “check in” and boast about where they’ve practiced safe sex. A Web site dubbed WhereDidYouWearIt.com chronicles all of the action, so you can see that folks are particularly frisky in Ballard or Bellevue or Bellingham.
“Did you just use a condom to protect yourself against unintended pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted infections? You go, tiger! Sex that (is) safe, should be shared,” declares the Web site. The interactive map also includes comments from users. GIS.com. Chicago Walking Tour. Your Campus Guide. When scanned, QR codes such as the one shown above, for Wired Campus, quickly direct users to Web pages on their smartphones. Students touring Wittenberg University, in Ohio, can hear campus history come alive with help from their smartphones and little squares with black-and-white patterns affixed to buildings on the 100-acre campus.
Universities like Wittenberg have begun using these QR codes, which can be printed onto any flat surface, as a way to market themselves to a generation of smartphone users. Like bar codes on supermarket items, QR codes–it stands for “Quick Response”–can be scanned by a computer. But instead of returning the price of a carton of milk, these codes are directions to a multimedia-rich Web page. And the scanner, in this case, is the camera in a smartphone. The codes can be generated at no cost at a variety of Web sites. Ms. Historic Preservation in Falmouth Jamaica.
Graham, Wayne, University of Virginia, email@example.com Nowviskie, Bethany, University of Virginia, firstname.lastname@example.org Despite the ground-breaking work of graphics visionaries like Alan SutherlandAlan Sutherland built the first graphics program named “Sketchpad” as part of his PhD. work in 1963. Sketchpad allowed users to draw geometric shapes and create copies of them.
This work was not only important in the realm of computer aided design (it is viewed as the grandfather of modern CAD software), but also in its organization of the code in objects, which is the basis for modern object oriented design. and Ed CatmullBeyond his current role as CTO of Pixar, Catmull is perhaps one of the most important people in the world of computer graphics, discovering methods to apply images to geometries, smoothing lines drawn on computer screens, among many others.
In 2009, the Jamaican government approved development of a cruise ship terminal in Falmouth. Conferences and Orientations. Audiences for oral presentations and poster sessions at academic conferences often want more information about a particular topic. One way to provide this, obviously, is to create printed flyers or brochures and hope that you’ve brought enough copies for everyone who’s interested.
Introducing Teachers. Engaging Kids in the Classroom One QR Code at a Time. QR Code on resume. QR Codes in Every Classroom. QRs in Education - ISTE. Technology has changed not only how students learn, but how teachers learn. Educators across the globe can now choose between traditional professional learning — as mandated by the district or state — and nontraditional modes of learning such as teacher-led … Continue reading Web 2.0 technology — the free digital tools that empower all users to create and share — has changed the way the world operates.
In the hands of educators, it can become a powerful catalyst for changing the way students … Continue reading What better way to kick off Advocacy Month than with the National School Boards Association’s annual conference in New Orleans? QR ideas in education. QRs in K-12 Education. ThePhysicalEducator.com has created a series of Skill Posters to help your students understand and master a variety of sport skills. ClassTools.net. QR Treasure Hunt. A. Prior to the lesson: 1. Arrange students into groups. QR Pictures Behind Art. What if traditional forms of art could be more interactive? That's exactly what Jose Torres, better known artistically as Tony Taj, wondered. Jose, a painter and mobile designer, mainly paints intricate cityscapes on canvas, and is inspired by imagining the lives of the people who live and work on each floor and in each building he paints.