NO. I'm not one to be quoted on what or how innovation should be done but I think if it solves a problem then it's innovation at the minimum. Innovation in these case needs use of more than one technology even when putting emphasis on one. For instance Dickson noticed newspapers nowadays have qr codes that they ask you to scan with your phone, follow the link and comment on a story.KAPS is my second example. They now use QR codes to store parking information for their clients. Do these clients need to have
smartphones. NO. do they need to know what play store is or on what street it is on? NO. They don't, they don't even need to know what or who a QR is. Theirs is just to scan it at the exit points and proceed with their business. They're using the technology anyhow.
I have been trying to figure out some more uses of the QR but are still skeptical about it's acceptance hence its relevance in todays society. That however doesn't mean all is lost. I've got more hints as to it's viability and sense in recent days. This is a title to a post on Techweez.
|This app tracks your sleeping habit, will require QR code in bathroom to stop alarm|
I got it on one of the mail subscriptions. Interesting. huh?
More of that is on my mail when someone sends me text. They want a customized plugin that creates QR codes.
Enough of searching for clues and on to work. serious work
catch me sometime in march when a good part of what I'm thinking of building is ready.