Designed as a high-tech marketing resource, QR (quick response) codes have many useful applications. These (usually) black-and-white algorithmic codes are gateways to a potential multimedia nirvana. When used correctly, QR codes are marketing marvels.
Sick of hearing about QR Codes yet? Sorry, but it’s not going to slow down anytime soon. New comScore data shows that smartphone penetration has reached what it calls “a significant majority,” with 156 million people in the U.S. now owning a smartphone. This is nearly two-thirds (65%) of the...
Exploding in popularity on Reddit over the weekend, an Auburn college student attending ESPN’s live College Gameday broadcast at the Alabama-Auburn game used a QR code printed on a large sign to score a huge amount of Bitcoin donations from the online community.
Australia Post has introduced a "video stamp" which when used with a mobile application lets senders record a 15-second video for a recipient.
The Adobe 2013 Mobile Consumer Survey of 3,075 mobile users in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, and Germany has a few interesting statistics on QR Code usage.