First Dutch restaurant winelist with qr-codesApr 26th, 2011 | By Jozef Schildermans | Category: News
Restaurant Hamdorff in Laren is the first Dutch restaurant with a wine list that you can scan with your smartphone. Each wine on the list has a so-called QR-code. If you scan this code with your smartphone or tablet, a webpage is opened where you’ll find all the information on the wine. A QR-Code or Quick Response code is a two-dimensional barcode that originally was developed to help identify car parts. Today the code is used in many places, such as advertising and packaging. Most smartphones have an app to scan qr-codes. With the Qr-code generator on the internet, you can create your own codes. The code in the illustration printed with this article contains the url of this website.
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