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QR Code Facts: (Almost) Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About QR Codes

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  • There are two types of QR Codes: Static QR Code and Dynamic QR Code.
    • Static QR Codes→ What are they?
      • Static QR Code encodes info after it is generated
      • Once the code set it cannot be changed
    •  Dynamic QR Codes→ What are they?
      • Unlike Static QR Codes, Dynamic QR Codes are changeable. You make edit and change the Code whenever you would like
  • Where did QR originate?
    • Denso Wave, a Japanese company, created the QR code in 1994
  • What was the original purpose of the QR Code?
    • Denso Wave was a company in the automotive industry and the original purpose of the QR code was to track vehicles during manufacturing
  • QR Codes are used for
    • Transport Ticketing
    • Marketing
    • Entertainment
    • and More!
  • QR codes are literally everywhere these days!
    • Grocery stores, book stores, malls, MLB games, the snack bar at the beach… you name it, there’s a great change a QR Code is associated with it!
  • QR Code Random Notes:
    • QR Code represent data in four modes like- Numeric, Alphanumeric, Byte and Kanji
    • You can scan a QR Code from any direction for 360 degrees
    • QR Codes can hold a hundred times more information than a barcode.
    • Audi created the largest QR Code which was of 159 square meters.
    • QR Codes don’t have to simply be black and white! They can be in different colors like red or green.
    • Print media accounts for only 1% of all scanned QR codes.
    • A QR Code can be decoded even after up to 30% of damage
    • Over one-fourth of all scanned QR codes were scanned by 35-44 year old consumers.
    • QR codes can be password protected to prevent unwanted people from using your QR code
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