CogDog Gets Coded!

1 11 2007

Hooray! Alan Levine (aka CogDog) has a QR Code (perhaps the online equivalent of getting microchipped? :))! He’s had a look at Semapedia and now also sports a QR Code on his blog sidebar, which provides a handy link to a mobilised version of his blog feed.

It’s terrific to see other educators adopting and implementing QR Codes to make their own content more mobile and accessible!

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1 11 2007

Leonard – I started an online magazine 2d-code to keep up with the various applications and uses as the QR Code virus hits the West. I am hoping it will be a collaborative effort, so if you or any of your readers feel like contributing at any time, you’re welcome. – Roger

2 11 2007

Last week, Neomedia/Gavitec launched the new version of Lavasphere (NeoReader).
Have you downloaded it yet?
Lavasphere is a key component of Glass.
Gavitec and HP have a strong partnership. They are part of the MC2.
Lavasphere/NeoReader can now read 2d open standard codes (Data Matrix, QR codes, Aztec Codes) and 1D codes (EAN, UPC, and Code 128).
By the end of the year, I believe Neoreader/Lavasphere will be able to read all 1d (i.e. UPC/EAN/JAN, 2/5 interleave, Code 39, Code 128 ) and 2d (i.e. PDF417, Data Matrix, QR, Aztec, Maxicode) codes by the end of the year.
“The company’s technology now reads five types of codes but will read seven to 10 by the end of the year, Hoffman said.”

16 11 2007
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