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QR codes in Talleres Cortés S.L.


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A QR code (“Quick Response Code”) is a useful module to store information on a dot matrix or two-dimensional bar code created by Japanese corporation Denso Wave, a subsidiary of Toyota, in 1994.It is characterized by three squares that are in the corners and to detect the position of the code reader. The letters “QR” is derived from the phrase Quick Response, because the creators aspire to let your code read content at high speed. QR Codes are common in Japan, where they are the most popular two-dimensional code there.

The new software that reads QR codes on mobile phones, has allowed new consumer-oriented applications, which are manifested in comfort as the stop having to manually enter data on phones. There are plenty of free apps for phones and tablets for reading QR codes.

Thus, Talleres Cortés S.L. has implemented the use of QR in promotional material, thus providing customers the ability to access a fast and super easy to their website and to learn about the latest advances in the design of relief moulds for inkjet for the ceramic industry.

QR codes can also be read from PC, smartphone or tablet using image capture devices, such as a scanner or camera, software to read QR data and an Internet connection for web addresses.

An important detail about the QR code is that, unlike other forms of two-dimensional barcodes as BIDI, its code is open and patent rights are not exercised.

Source: Wikipedia.

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<p>A QR code (“Quick Response Code”) is a useful module to store information on a dot matrix or two-dimensional bar code created by Japanese corporation Denso Wave, a subsidiary of Toyota, in 1994.</p>
<p>It is characterized by three squares that are in the corners and to detect the position of the code reader. The letters "QR" is derived from the phrase Quick Response, because the creators aspire to let your code read content at high speed. QR Codes are common in Japan, where they are the most popular two-dimensional code there.</p>
<p>The new software that reads QR codes on mobile phones, has allowed new consumer-oriented applications, which are manifested in comfort as the stop having to manually enter data on phones. There are plenty of free apps for phones and tablets for reading QR codes.</p>
<p>Thus, Talleres Cortés S.L. has implemented the use of QR in promotional material, thus providing customers the ability to access a fast and super easy to their website and to learn about the latest advances in the design of relief moulds for inkjet for the ceramic industry.</p>
<p>QR codes can also be read from PC, smartphone or tablet using image capture devices, such as a scanner or camera, software to read QR data and an Internet connection for web addresses.</p>
<p>An important detail about the QR code is that, unlike other forms of two-dimensional barcodes as BIDI, its code is open and patent rights are not exercised.</p>
<p>Source: Wikipedia.