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QR Shortcut Codes/Symbols
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Have you seen these odd looking black and white squares (like the ones displayed above) in magazines, on signs, and online? They are called QR codes.
What is a QR code?
A QR Code is a two-dimensional barcode, which has encoded in it a URL (web address), text, or other information. It can be read by a QR code scanner, including QR scanner smartphone or smartpad apps.
How can I read a QR code?
If you have a smartphone or smartpad, go to the app store and search for a QR code reader. You will find several free apps. Run the app and then hold your phone/pad camera over a QR code to read it. Most QR codes you come across have a URL encoded, so chances are when you read the QR code it will take you to a web page.
What is the point of QR codes?
QR codes link offline information to online content, effectively providing additional information and even multimedia to an offline experience. If you have created print material a QR code can enable smartphone/pad users to go directly to that web page without having to type in the web address or search for it in their bookmarks.
How can I use QR codes?
Vermilionweather.com QR codes can be placed on any printed paper, flyer, pamphlet, banner, sign, map, marker... anything, so that pertinent weather information is only a scan away. Outdoor activities that have any form of the above mentioned material can use them for it's participants and spectators alike. The uses are countless. Wherever weather information may be needed or wanted, they can be applied. Just right click on any of the images and save or copy it to be added to your paper, flyer, pamphlet, etc.
As an example, print off a copy of our weather flyer to see how easy it works.
Try it out.
If you already have a QR scanner on your smartphone, scan any of the above codes/symbols and see how easy it is to get weather information anywhere. If you don't have a QR scanner yet, go to your type phone or pads app store and download one.
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