QRator – QR Codes in the Petrie Museum

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As promised earlier this week, I popped over to London’s Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology to take a look at what they’re doing with QR codes. The staff were very friendly and quite happy to chat about their experiences with the codes. I’d like to thank them for taking the time to talk to me…

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QR Codes In Museums

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It seems that all good ideas are invented simultaneously. Calculus was arrived at by both Leibniz and Netwon, Gray and Bell invented the telephone within days of each other, and the electric car is currenly being pursued by many different manufacturers. Now it looks like sticking QR codes onto museum exhibits is the next big…

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