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By now you have probably heard something about QR Codes and if you’re still confused or in the dark about what QR Codes are then look not further. We’ve put together a “QR Code for Dummies” …

By now you have probably heard something about QR Codes and if you’re still confused or in the dark about what QR Codes are then look not further. We’ve put together a “QR Code for Dummies” presentation that you’ll enjoy and can benefit your business in today’s tech and social world.

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  • 1. QR Codes What aRe QR Codes?
  • 2. A QR Code is a matrix code that looks like this:
  • 3. QR Codes were created by Japanese corporation Denso-Wave in 1994 QR Codes created by Denso QR Codes used primarily in QR Codes start directing Heavy Mobile Automobile Parts Tracking to websites Phone integration www. 1994 2010 Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:IPhone_4.jpg
  • 4. The "QR" is derived from "Quick Response" because the code contents can be decoded at high speed
  • 5. QR Codes were originally used to track parts in vehicle manufacturing Source: http://www.gazeta.lv/story/5899.html
  • 6. A QR Code is essentially a fancier “Barcode” that can hold more information Old barcode New Fancy barcode vs.
  • 7. For example, a 1-dimensional UPC code can encode 12 digits for a computer to scan
  • 8. Whereas a 2 dimensional QR Code can encode 7000 numbers or 4000 characters!
  • 9. Now that everyone has a small computer in the palm of their hands, QR Codes are now being used conveniently by mobile phone users Source: http://changobi.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/cell-phone.jpg
  • 10. Custom QR Codes can direct you to almost anywhere on the internet whether it’s a eBay item, Facebook page, or Twitter profile.
  • 11. All you need is a QR Code scanner on your mobile phone, like the ones below...
  • 12. Call us if you need help creating and printing your QR Codes E-mail Website Phone Number
  • 13. Presented by: