The Quiet Zone

The quiet zone is a part of the QR code. It is defined in the following way in the QR code spec: “This is a region 4X wide which shall be free of all other markings, surrounding the symbol on all four sides. Its nominal reflectance value shall be equal to that of the light … [Read more...]

Do you offer QR Code Services?

Do you offer a QR Code service such as: QR Code Generator, QR Code Scanner or Reader, QR Code Tracking and Analytics, QR Code consulting, QR Code Management, QR Code Stickers, QR Code Real Estate Services, Mobile Landing pages, Tracking and Management, or any QR Code related … [Read more...]

The Mobile Revolution

QRmedia Editor, Stephanie True Moss, was one of the invited speakers at "The Mobile Revolution" conference in May 2011 in Overland Park, Kansas. The conference was presented by: Ragan Communications. Hosted by: Sprint The topic of her session: Mobile tagging: The real time … [Read more...]

Petunias have their own QR Codes at Home Depot

A weekend visit to the garden center a our local Home Depot found QR codes on their newly arrived seasonal plants. The labels on most annuals, shrubs, herbs, tomatoes and other vegetables are now emblazoned with QR codes along with the normal info. Most any question you would … [Read more...]

QR Code Christmas Card

Greeting cards this season from several sources have used QR codes or other 2d barcodes for extra fun. … [Read more...]

bit.ly Improves QR Code Optimization and Output

We reported on October 8 about bit.ly offering QR code generation by adding.qr to the end of bit.ly shortened URLs. On October 13 bit.ly actually announced their new service. We initially wrote that the bit.ly QR code was too cumbersome and not truly optimized. Since then bit.ly … [Read more...]

Hi-Def Imaging Reveals da Vinci Code – QR coded into famous Painting

We know from studying Leonardo da Vinci's drawing that he had many "modern" ideas. There were several flying machines, boats, armored cars, weapons and even a parachute. It was Dan Brown's book and  movie, The Da Vinci Code that held us spellbound in search of the next code and … [Read more...]

Comparing Goo.gl URL Shortener to Bit.ly & Twitter

Goo.gl has entered the URL Shortener arena in a big way offering QR codes and click tracking. If you are tracking your QR codes – your certainly should track all of your codes for your marketing campaigns – make sure to read Danny Sullivan's post at … [Read more...]

Atlanta Green Company EcoDiscoveries Launches QR Code Campaign

EcoDiscoveries will be launching the implementation of QR (Quick Response) codes as part of a campaign to: inform the community about EcoDiscoveries products ways in which EcoDiscoveries is participating in efforts to positively impact the environment engage … [Read more...]

QR Code Helps Spread Message of Stroke Risk from Atrial Fibrillation!

We have seen QR codes used to market everything from jeans to cars and taking advantage of the opportunities that smart phones offer in extending the reach of printed advertising. We are beginning to see QR codes used for health education. We found that scanning the QR code on … [Read more...]

StopAfib.org uses QR Codes to Help Atrial Fibrillation Patients

When new patients are diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) health care providers, including cardiologists, electro-physiologists, surgeons, and nurse practitioners will be handing them this card to introduce them to patient resources. The card from StopAfib.org, an … [Read more...]