Barcodes have changed the world and can be found on almost any product or package produced today. The simple collection of lines printed on a piece of paper is considered by many as one of the most important inventions of the 20th Century and yet is taken for granted and ignored.
A QR Code (Quick Response Code) is a two-dimensional matrix barcode is known for its speed of readability and its vast range of utility, originally developed in the mid-1990′s for use in the automobile industry. Learn more about QR Codes and how they work in the following infographic from Wasp Barcode
Barcodes and barcode scanners are used just about everywhere, from the local grocery store or Home Depot to tracking millions of dollars worth of assets in business. Another place where barcodes are present is in Hollywood – that is movies. Wasp Barcode has put together an infographic featuring some of the coolest uses of barcode scanners found on the silver screen.
Barcodes – they’re everywhere and on just about everything. But how do these black and white striped graphics work and how they are properly read with a barcode scanner? Wasp Barcode has outlined a few barcoding basics, including how a barcode scanner works in their latest Infographic.