Saturday, February 23, 2013


Sometimes I get a question if QR Code technology is suited for a certain application. "Can it hold a certain amount of data?", "Does it only have to link to a webpage?"
While this line of questions will probably result in a satisfactory answer, there could be a simpler way to assess if QR Code technology can to be used wherever it needs to be used, or even if there is a better alternative.

Denso Wave, the inventors of the QR Code probably used an other line of questioning to create the QR Code.
A line of questioning that looked at the requirements that this new to be developed technology should hold.
Questions like: "We need a flexible printable storage method for our tag's", "We need error correction in the tags, since they can be damaged".

Imagine... Imagine if we would constantly look at existing technology, and would work with the limitation not trying to find the boundaries of the rules, and then bend or break these boundries. That would kill innovation and progress.

Just imagine what you want to do with QR-Codes, send me your requirements or visit to see more examples of what is possible with QR Codes.

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