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|Category: QR Code, Data Matrix... By editor at 22:25|
I also wanted to thank Thomas Bertrand from La Rivière aux Canards for his kind help with the QR code photo.
Avec plaisir !
Datamatrix and QR codes will definitely become the ISO standard 2D codes. But what about the other open standard, Aztec?
Reading an Aztec code is orientation-independent, meaning there is no left/right or top/bottom. The other advantage to Aztec codes is that they do not require white space surrounding the code. This makes reading of the codes and placing them in applications or in print very efficient. When an Aztec code is read, it is read in layers from the inside out. Important or critical data can be stored near the center to reduce the loss of data and errors. Aztec codes also incorporate a much more sophisticated form of error correction making them an excellent choice for print materials. The codes are more resistant to errors experienced by wrinkled paper, or even stained paper.
maybe of interest to you, I was in Haneda -Fukuoka airport and used this QR Code boarding system