It seemed only yesterday when we were told that QR codes were set to revolutionise the way we accessed information by enabling us to scan the familiar grid onto our smartphone to either find additional product information or access a database, like your British Airways check in option for example.
Two years in internet terms have become like a day in politics in our times; a small change can revolutionise an entire process, dispatching a new process into premature obsolescence. And this it seems is exactly what is going to happen to QR codes, to be brutally replaced shortly by AR.
AR? Well, Augmented Reality that is. AR has been around for a while as a concept, but not that long as a viable solution. Nevertheless AR is at the very heart of what Google is developing with its Google Glasses. But you don’t have to fork out the…
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