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QR codes were invented in 1994 by Denso Wave, a subsidiary of the Toyota Group, to track car parts during the manufacturing process. The codes' ability to store more information than traditional barcodes and their easy readability by smartphones quickly made them a popular choice for various applications. Over the years, QR codes have been integrated into marketing campaigns, used for contactless payments, and even incorporated into artistic works.

Quick Response (QR) codes have come a long way since their invention in the 1990s, originally designed for tracking automotive parts in manufacturing. Today, QR codes are used in various industries, from marketing and advertising to contactless payments and health and safety measures. One of the most innovative applications of QR codes is in communication, where both businesses and private users have started to use QBell to connect with visitors. This article will explore the history of QR codes, their growing importance, and how QBell uses QR technology to offer a cost-effective, convenient, and secure alternative to traditional smart doorbells and intercoms.

The importance of QR codes has grown exponentially in recent years, with the COVID-19 pandemic further highlighting their versatility and usefulness. QR codes have been instrumental in providing contactless solutions for various services, from ordering food at restaurants to checking in at events, reducing the risk of virus transmission. This increased reliance on QR codes has accelerated their adoption across industries and solidified their place as a valuable tool in the digital landscape.

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