QR codes offer virtual tour at Mid America Museum of Aviation & Transportation

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This use of quick response codes was accomplished through a partnership with Leadership Siouxland. A new virtual tour based on QR codes has now been developed by Leadership Siouxland in order to provide visitors to the Mid America Museum of Aviation and Transportation with a greatly enhanced experience that they can hold in the palm of their hands. The new digital tour was created to provide visitors with more insight into the various museum exhibits. The QR codes can be scanned by visitors to the museum at various points throughout…

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QR codes help tourists in New York to appreciate local history

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A newly created walking tour in Ogdensburg provides a wealth of information about historical sites. The city of Ogdensburg has joined a growing number of other locations that are using QR codes in a way that will help tourists to be able to get more out of what they have to offer and to learn more about the various historical sites than could ever be provided through physical signage. The use of the quick response codes is a complement to the new mobile app that has been released. The apps…

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Bidar tourists to use QR codes to discover local history

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The hilltop Indian city will be launching a considerable quick response code installation to promote tourism. The district administration of Bidar, India, has decided to use QR codes in addition to a range of other technology based tools in order to help to promote tourism within the area, said the district’s deputy commissioner, P.C. Jaffer. Jaffer spoke on the subject of the quick response codes after their inauguration ceremony in front of the Bidar Fort. The QR codes have been linked to relevant Wikipedia pages so that when smartphone using…

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QR codes implemented into Kerala Tourism strategy

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These quick response codes are meant to help it easier for travelers to conduct a search and find what they want. Kerala Tourism has now launched a new system based on QR codes that allows travelers to conduct fast and easy searches to find the destinations that they want and to learn information that is related to those locations. These quick response codes provide information that can be found on the official Kerala Tourism website. The feature has been rolled out in order to help to cater to smartphone users,…

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QR codes offer tourists a high tech side to St. Petersburg

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The use of quick response codes in St. Pete, Florida, is taking off at local historic buildings and attractions. If there is one thing that can be said about the areas that are most frequently visited by tourists in St. Petersburg, Florida, nowadays, it is that QR codes have certainly left their mark on these locations, and it looks like they are multiplying. They are most often seen on the doors of historic buildings and the entrances of local attractions. Scanning these QR codes provides visitors to the area with…

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QR codes offer Victorian bathroom tours

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The Hayes Historic toilets can soon be visited without actually having to head underground to see them. Cardiff, the capital of Wales, has a very unique and fascinating historic attraction in the form of Victorian bathrooms, and now QR codes are being displayed to give visitors the chance to see them, without actually having to go underground – a trip that many tourists would rather not take. The Victorian toilets are located under the Hayes, which is a commercial area within the city, known for historic sites. While the underground…

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QR codes launched in Stanley, Tasmania, providing digital tour guides

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The quaint, seaside town is using quick response codes to give tourists an improved visiting experience. A new program is now being rolled out in a small seaside town in Tasmania, called Stanley, where QR codes are displayed in order to give tourists more information through the use of their smartphones. This information will be available in four different languages to those who scan the barcodes. Using any reader app for QR codes, visitors to the location can take part in a self-guided tour. It is an interactive heritage walk…

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QR codes bring high hopes to event organizers

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The quick response codes are going to be used at a small city event in the hope of making it the biggest yet. Although the Passport to Unity festival has already been held seven times in Sault Sainte Marie, Canada, the hopes of the organizers are that the eighth one will be the biggest one yet, in part because of the inclusion of QR codes to help to enhance the experience. The official organizers feel that the extra effort will make the difference and that “it’s going to be huge!”…

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QR codes to provide HCC self guided tours

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Campus visitors will be able to use their smartphones or tablets to find their way around and learn more. Hutchinson Community College has now launched a new self guided tour program that uses QR codes and the smartphones and tablets of visitors in order to provide visitors with instant information while they work their way around the local college campus. The announcement was made during the college’s 85th anniversary celebration last weekend. The Hutchinson Community College will now have QR codes positioned at various buildings located all over the campus.…

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QR codes in sidewalk bricks may enhance Maryland walking tours

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The trend of using quick response codes may soon be helping visitors to the area. A sidewalk made up of bricks that include QR codes has been proposed to be included as an element of the design of a walking tour in St. Michaels, Maryland, for visitors to the area to use and enjoy. The quick response codes have been included into a number of sidewalks in cities around the world. These QR codes would be made out of brick and would be available for use by anyone with a…

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QR codes in sidewalk mosaic generate interest in Rio

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Rio de Janeiro has added the barcodes to its symbolic walkways at Ipanema Beach. The city of Buenos Aires has added QR codes to the sidewalks of Rio de Janeiro, which are symbolic of the city, by embedding them into the mosaic patterns using black and white stones. The first of the barcodes were unveiled on Friday in one of the city’s most popular locations. The QR codes were first installed at the massive Arpoador boulder, which marks the end of the Ipanema beach. The black and white barcode was…

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