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QR codes at the powerhouse museum

http://www.powerhousemuseum.com/dmsblog/index.php/2009/03/05/qr-codes-in-the-museum-problems-and-opportunities-with-extended-object-labels/





If you are in Sydney, come in and give it a go.

I am recommending free QR code reader application called BeeTagg mainly because it has different versions available for a range of phones – Symbian, Palm, Blackberry and iPhone.


http://get.beetagg.com

now... is there a way to combine this with augmented reality? use the phone as a magic lens?

http://www.artag.net/videos.html

the tricky part would be that the fiducial marker (either a augmented reality locator tag or a QR code) has to be simple enough to read at a distance with the low res camera but detailed enough to contain the url.