Friday, May 20, 2011

We always wondered what and how the QR code came into play. This remained a shady fact that we used it couple of times on the mobile phone for URI catching but never got to find the real designs behind the screen.
Until Recently we found this:

Source: Wikipedia
In fact the QR Code is covered by a Patent 6,494,375 from Denso Wave.
We found even more detailed picture:
Source: QRME
The data contained in the QR Code is an amazing 4,296 Characters of text or 7,089 Digits or simply 2,953 Bytes. This means a complete HEX file for a small microcontroller can be embedded into one QR Code. Or think even better. A whole Letter that you send on a page can converted into a few QR Code Symbols !!
Many of the Mobiles and App sources such Google App Store Zxing provide API that help to encode data in QR Code format.
We are hoping to utilize this technology and cover the easy to implement QR Code in many of our projects.
Scan for your self....

For more Details Visit:
Wikipedia Article on QR Code:
QRME Website for more Documentation on QR Code:

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  1. QR Code is still a relatively new technology, and then start printing them all make sure you can imagine multiple mobile operating systems to test your code scannability, the most important.

    qr code generator

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