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QR Codes A revolutionary way of tagging.

by: George Banis for: MKTG 2201


Getting Started Handout Smartphone users: iPhone - "QR Reader" Other phones - "BeeTagg" Supports: BlackBerry HTC Sony Ericsson Nokia Samsung


Introduction What is it? 2D code Similar in function to barcodes What does it look like?

Who/when invented QR codes? Denso-Wave, a Japanese corporation 1996

QRReader (iPhone) / BeeTagg (other)


Details about QR codes "QR" stands for: Quick Response License: Free Defined and published as ISO standard Denso-Wave owns patent but doesn't exercise it


Storage Capacities    Numeric (0-9) 7,089 numbers Alphanumeric (A-Z, 0-9) 4,296 characters = 1 page of text (approx) Binary (8-bit) 2,953 bytes = 2.88 KB (approx)


Applications Advertising Networking

Art

Part Numbering

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Target Market QR codes target: People with smartphones People with access to computer & internet People who like contemporary art. Business card feature is very appealing to: Businessmen Entrepreneurs Anyone who uses Business Cards Young People

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Alternatives UPC

PDF 417

BeeTag

ShotCode Maxi Code HCCB (Microsoft) (Cambridge Uni) (UPS)

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My Opinion (1) Not new. Invented around mid '90s. Smartphones gave QR codes potential: Everyone can scan the codes themselves. Business card application: Very appealing. Can scan and store many cards, fast.


My Opinion (2) Advertising application. No need for large flyers => cheaper ad's Faster connection from ad to e-shop. Curiosity acts as attracting factor. Part numbering application. Stores more than simple UPC code. Less spacious. Items can be stored with their names rather than numbers that refer to names.


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