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South Downs National Park enters QR Code trials

The South Downs gets QR codes The South Downs National Park has become part of a special new QR code research project being run by IT’s in Conservation (ITiC) as part of a Building Conservation MSc project through the Weald and … Continue reading

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Four heritage sites get QR Codes to aid visitor interpretation

Using QR Codes at Heritage sites Dover Castle in Kent What the heritage sector is rapidly recognising is that there’s great potential in the use of low cost, small square Quick Response (QR) codes, that have already appeared regularly in … Continue reading

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Quick Response Codes Audio Guides

To help explain a bit more about why IT’s in Conservation is trialing the use of small black and white square Quick Response (QR) codes at a number of heritage sites, three audio guides have been produced below: About the QR … Continue reading

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QR code use in heritage and conservation

You might assume that QR codes only link to website pages, but in fact they can also be used to link to pictures, audio, video, plain text and even interactive games. Many of these new ideas about how to use … Continue reading

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