QR code is short for Quick Response code. It essentially means that scanning the code gives you a quick response to whatever information is stored in it.
A QR code is a super-upgraded version of a regular two-dimensional bar code. Meaning they can hold considerably more information than a standard barcode. This makes them great for all sorts of purposes. Whether it is sharing your digital business card
for networking, customer surveys, contactless menus, or app downloads.
QR code is an easy and simple way to do it
L & D professionals can also use them to house their learning materials.
QR codes have become increasingly popular. According to a 2020 Statista
survey, a massive 31.98% of respondents had used a QR code in the past week.
Scanning these codes is simple since most smartphones have the inbuilt QR code scanner technology. You only have to hover your phone’s camera over the code. Your camera will recognize and interpret its data and present it to you.