You can’t tell it, but all the dots and such on my computer screen says live.pirillo.com! You wouldn’t be able to detect that with your own eyes, unless you’re skilled at reading barcodes. Luckily there is software available to help you interpret images like that.
If you’re wanting to turn some text into a QR code for yourself, just head over to QR-Code Generator. You can input any URL or text and turn it into a QR code with the click of a button!
Also, if you’re looking for a free QR code reader, download the Kaywa Reader. Put this onto your phone, and then be able to access information on any product with the click of a button. Take a picture of any QR code with your phone (with the software installed, of course!). Kaywa Reader will give you all the information behind that supposed “gibberish” that you might need.
Last – but not least – you can also check out invx to help generate a QR code for free. The idea is the same as with the above site. Input your text and click a button!
You never know when you might need something like this. QR codes are found everywhere out in the “real” world, and in print.
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