QR code

Technology increasingly used in advertisements, websites, product labels and in many other situations. IT´S about to store a reasonable amount of information through a coded image that can be decoded by most cell phones today.

QR code (short for Quick Response code) is a type of two-dimensional barcode that can store a much larger amount of information compared to traditional bar code.

The encoded information can be composed of four standard types of data: numeric, alphanumeric, byte and kanji. Below is the storage capacity for each type:

Most camera phones can read the QR-code and decode the information that is stored on it. To download the software that reads QR-code please visit www.i-nigma.mobi in the phone itself. i-nigma will automatically identify your device and provide a compatible version for the same. You can also access the website of the manufacturer of the phone and search a QR code reader compatible with your device.

Several types of information can be stored in this type of code such as texts, emails, websites address and contact information. Here are some of the practical applications of the QR-code:

Business cards

A QR Code on your business card in addition to attracting attention, can contain all the contact details. A person with the phone can easily scan the data and update them automatically in the phone book without having to enter them. This type of code can also contain a link to your website, so users can access the site without the need to enter the address.

Label of products

Imagine that you would like more information about a product, where it comes from, what type of material it is made or its chemical composition, if there are any offers for the product, finally, simply point your camera phone to QR code and you will be taken to a site with information that the manufacturer offered.

Menu of restaurants

With the ability to store up to 4.296 alphanumeric characters you can store a menu summary of the establishment and for example, share with friends via sms. Point of sales - Imagine a poster advertising an event, or product accompanied by a QR code that leads to a website where online purchases can be made.

QR codes can lead to:

  • Installation Instructions
  • Site with special offers
  • Form of customer satisfaction
  • Registration Form
  • Recommendations for use
  • facebook like button

The next generation of QR codes will store much more information and in many cases an internet connection will not be needed, because the content will be fully embedded in the QR-code.