A survey was recently conducted on a group of over 500 college students located at different campuses throughout the United States. Based on the results of the study, it became clear that four out of every five students surveyed owned a smartphone of some kind. However, only one out of every five was able to use their devices to scan a quick response (QR) code when presented with one.

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Tesco which is apparently also known as Home Plus in South Korea have found a new way to attract customers, simply by putting billboards and posters with QR codes at the local subway stations, so people can look for the items that they need while they are waiting for their train.

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QR coding is a pretty useful invention, and has plenty of applications but I personally never thought one would embrace technology to the point of imprinting them onto the back of a coin. Behold, the Royal Dutch Mint has produced what is the world’s first QR-coded coin to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the mint in Utrecht.

 

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