QR Codes from Storywalk
What are QR codes?
QR Code (abbreviated from Quick Response Code) is the trademark for a type of matrix barcode that has become popular due to its fast readability and large storage capacity.
The code consists of black modules (square dots) arranged in a square image pattern on a white background.
QR Codes are typically images placed on printed materials or at locations. They are scanned by cell phones and tablets which will open “links”.
CRISACCESS Launches App at Mystic Aquarium
CRIS launched its new museum app, CRISAccess, at the Mystic Aquarium September 22. The service allows museums goers to listen to exhibit signage on their smart- phone or tablet, using QR technology.
Here, Diane Weaver Dunne demonstrates the ease of the app to a visiting family.
The launch was attended by several dignitaries, including Randy Fiveash, Director of Tourism (right), Molly Cole, Director, Connecticut Council on Developmental Disabilities, and Shelagh MccClure, chair, Connecticut Council on Developmental Disabilities.