Weng, "SVQR: A novel secure visual quick response code
and its anti-counterfeiting solution," Journal of Information Hiding and Multimedia Signal Processing, vol.
Quick Response codes
, or QR codes, are nothing new.
"Quick Response codes
are used with a mobile device such as a smart phone," said Clark.
What they all had in common was a matrix style barcode called the Quick Response code
or a QR Code, as it is popularly known.
You'll find a Quick Response code
. Snap a picture of it with your smartphone using a free app like QR Reader, and you'll be connected to a list of citations for the sources our guest columnist, McREL's Andrea Beesley, uses in "Keeping Rural Schools Up to Full Speed."
DOWN ROYAL racecourse in Northern Ireland, which already makes extensive use of an iPhone app, Facebook and Twitter, has taken modern technology a stage further by adopting a quick response code
for smart phones in time to promote the Guinness raceday on Friday, August 26.
According to Wikipedia, a QR or Quick Response code
is "a specific matrix barcode (or two-dimensional code) that is readable by dedicated QR barcode readers and camera telephones.
Nonprofits can get their own square-shaped barcode or quick response code
from the Internet for free from Web sites such as www.mobile-barcodes.com.
It's called a quick response code
or tag--or QR code or tag.
A barcode, a Quick Response code
(a trademark for a barcode type that has edge over usual barcodes in terms of quick readability and storage), or any electronic identification mark is given to each product.
The idea impressed an expert panel of judges from across Emirates Islamic's banking divisions including chief executive officer, Jamal Saeed bin Ghalaita, as it was anchored in social media and used QR codes (abbreviated from Quick Response Code
) to engage current and potential customers Emirates Islamic.