Quick Response Code : the future of information ?

Posted: February 9, 2012 in citizenship, technology
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Since few years ago a new way of receiving information has been increasing in the social and technological panorama : it is called Quick Response code information. Let’s explain how it works :

We can find a lot of useful utilities especially for helping people knowing information about the place they are in.

In New York the people are really involved in this new media. There have created an interactive campaign to show which are the advantages.


This qr code will be more known and use in the future, probably when everybody will have a smartphone, which is not the case right now. The new technology is there, so we just have to discover more ways to use it in order to continue making the communication easier and faster.

To get more information about qr code we suggest you QR Code of Kevin Roebuck.


  1. catlover says:

    Hey, very interesting information! I guess these QR codes might be very useful but I personally hate them. I don´t have an smartphone and I find that they exclude and marginalize people who don´t have one too. Once I was in the Copenhagen National Museum and most of the objects in the art collections had these identifying codes, and I kept wondering what they would explain and what I was missing the whole time.

  2. Eric says:

    Very interesting. Ive actually had a qr code reader on my android phone for a while but didnt know how it worked until now.

  3. Ginevra says:

    The barriers for travelling around the world were reduced through the introduction of the E.U citizen, the low cost flight and the QR Code; everything can be achieved in a shorter time than before!

  4. Clàudia says:

    Without no doubt, this tool will be more and more succesful in the near future. It is simple and it is inserted in a kind of communication that we already dominate; the interaction with print media.
    Once we all have smartphones, situation not far from today, it will be another tool we will get used much faster than we thought. Actually, I would say that really soon we won’t accept a mobile phone without Quick Response code information.

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