Presentation on theme: " QR stands for Quick Response. ◦ It is a Matrix or Two Dimensional Bar Code It is a more Advanced Bar Code System QR Codes can be used in the following."— Presentation transcript:
QR stands for Quick Response. ◦ It is a Matrix or Two Dimensional Bar Code It is a more Advanced Bar Code System QR Codes can be used in the following areas: Website URL YouTube Video Google Maps Plain Text SMS Message Telephone Number Address And many more… Resource: de
QR Technology was invented by the Toyota subsidiary Denso Wave in 1994 Codes were created to track vehicles during the manufacturing process Designed to allow high speed decoding while moving along an assembly line QR Codes can be colored unlike standard bar codes which are made of black & white lines Resource: QRecoder.org
QR Code (2D) UPC Code (1D) Resource: carolinabarcode.com
QR Code Holds information both vertically & horizontally Can hold 4,000+ characters of information Creating a QR Code is free One Dimensional Code Can only be read horizontally Holds limited amount of data Need special equipment (scanner) to read Resource: begrious.com/qr_code_vs_convent ional_barcode
Advertisements Guided Tours Pick, Pack and Shipping of items Product Organization in warehouses Transportation Tracking Viewing videos Direct audiences to a website Bookmark a website Digital Business Card Resource: Mobile_QR_Codes.org
Worksheets for students to collaborate with other students in the class “Scavenger Hunts” – post codes around the school and have students solve problems Contact Information for Student/Parents Notes: post notes so that students have access to them at all times Assignment – post home work assignments using codes for students Links to class website, class wiki pages, and blackboard pages….
Tutorials Links – Students can scan the code when they need help “Exit Slip” – Course Review Materials Course Materials – Book reviews, book trailers….. Class Calendars Class or School Poll / Voting
If you have a Smartphone, just download a QR Code Scanning app which will allow you to read and decode data contained within the QR Code. These applications are free to download and use on your phone or tablet.
Any URL can be encoded to direct you to the site including YouTube Any Phone number, SMS Text Messaging, Plain Text, Address, Message & Skype Call. There is Huge amount of information that can be encoded within a QR Code which increases its usage world wide.
Most people have a smartphone Allows customer / student to interact instantly Save space on printed marketing materials Makes everything digital ◦ E-learning. Have your QR code generate an that starts an auto responder, sending daily s filled with lessons and related information ◦ On historical sites and on walking trails. Sure, a plaque is fine for grandma, but I’d like to delve deeper, whether with a Wikipedia entry, or an video of a local historian explaining the significance of the site ◦ Posted next to paintings and sculptures at museums. Great for visitors who want to learn more about the artist, the time period, and the reaction to the photo. Could also include links to other work by the artist, related artists, and even the ability to buy the image on a mug or poster at the museum shop ◦ For self-guided tours at factories. Scan a code, learn what that equipment does… Resource: pewinternet,org/reports/2013/sm artphone_ownership_2013/finding s.aspx
Find desired info you want to encode Go to ◦ This site is one of many QR Code Generators. ◦ Follow these 5 easy steps…. I.Data Type – Select what data your encoding I. Address, URL, Text Message, Phone Number, Etc…… II.Content to Encode 1.Your Data Content III.Color of your QR Code IV.Output Type 1.Download 2.Print 3. V.Generate – “Click Generate”