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QR codes described as TrampStamps from madison avenues best and brightest

From: Dean C.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 4:00 PM




The "tramp stamp of brands"  wow talk about bringing your own baggage to the discussion Mark.


The reason why QR codes work is because of defined interaction models much like door knobs...people understand how to use them and what is the expected interaction -and the reason why image recognition wont work is because no single propriatery backend platform (eg 100 different apps to download before i can view "yet another image recognition")

eg -


Thanks for playing though and dont forget to visit the gift store on your way out.







Dean Collins

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