Zig-zag format……….so called ‘QR Code’

Zig-zag format……….so called ‘QR Code’

My curiosity to know about a seen format, I assumed it zig-zag format, kept me in curious position as ‘what is this’? It was the year 2014 when it was quenched by a single word ‘QR Code’. I became more familiar as I found it suitable to be used for different purposes.

Here, in next few seconds, we are going to discuss more about QR Code and its uses in libraries for better services.
Curious to know?
You are supposed and must be.

QR Code……an abbreviation of ‘Quick Response Code’ was first introduced in 1994 by Toyota subsidiary Denso-Wave in Japan in automotive industry. Based on my study through different resources, I understood ‘QR Code’ as an advanced version of barcode machine-readable optical label which contains the information about any item and uses four encoding modes (numeric, alphanumeric, byte/binary and kanji) to efficiently store data. QR Code consists of black squares which are arranged in square and can be read by any image processing device or scanner.

To read the full article, please visit the link here http://www.dptripathi.in/download/QR_Code.pdf

Thanks

DP Tripathi

NIT Rourkela

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