New Atlantic City Park QR codes help enhance the visitor experience

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These easy-to-use quick response codes allow people to learn more about the facilities and features. In a recent report by the Atlantic City Council, it was announced that new park QR codes would be rolled out to among the improvements being made to the area. On top of the changes made to the public facilities, the quick response codes will provide accessible information. The original announcement was made by Atlantic Park Director Bryant Rasmussen as a part of his annual report to the Atlantic City Council. The park QR codes…

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QR code inventor happy with its use in battle against COVID-19

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Masahiro Hara first developed the square black and white barcodes for the automotive industry. When Masahiro Hara first became the QR code inventor a quarter of a century ago, the idea was to solve a problem that had nothing to do with public health. When the idea came to him, he ran off from a lunchtime game of Go to make it happen. It was the look of the ancient strategy game and the way the stones were arranged on the playing board that inspired the QR code inventor to…

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Regal Beloit Corporation adds QR code stickers to its products

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The company’s mounted bearing products will all receive barcodes that can be scanned. Electric motor manufacturer, Regal Beloit Corporation, has announced that it will be adding QR code stickers to all its mounted bearing products. The barcodes provide customers with access to a wealth of tools and information about the products. Regal, a manufacturer of electric motion controls, electric motors, power transmission components, and power generation made the announcement that its Browning and Sealmaster mounted bearing products would all have the QR code stickers added to them. The quick response…

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School library QR codes help kids with contactless browsing

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An Alden, New York teacher created 150 quick response barcodes to make it easier to peruse books. A teacher from Alden, New York has generated 150 school library QR codes to support students who want to use the resources in a touch-free way. This allows students to access these resources and books while reducing the spread of germs. The library media specialist at Alden High School wanted to reduce the need to touch the books. Ann Sobol from Alden High School came up with the idea for the school library…

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Artists contribute Greenfields Veteran’s Memorial Mall mural QR code

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Quick response code scans direct visitors to learn more about the historical significance. A new Greenfield Veteran’s Memorial Mall mural QR code has been added to direct people to learn more about the historical information linked to the Massachusetts display. The goal of the barcode is to let people see the display as more than just artwork but as historically significant. Artist Rebecca Tippens of nearby Colrain Massachusetts joined others in painting the original display back in 1990. At the end of November, Tippens was joined by Nancy Baker and…

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