The izi.TRAVEL CMS generates QR codes for use in exhibits and advertising materials. Users can then scan these QR codes to open the relevant page for the object.
The izi.TRAVEL CMS generates a unique QR code for each object in the audio guide hierarchy. For example, for a virtual museum it generates a QR code for the museum, each collection and each exhibit. QR codes are stored in the object’s Properties menu under the QR-Code tab.
Notice If the QR code is too small or too far away from users, there may be problems with QR code recognition. A QR code image located 1 meter away from the user should be at least 10cm by 10cm.
You can restrict access to objects that are in a testing phase using a passcode. The passcode is contained in the QR codes. When you scan this QR code, the passcode is automatically stored in your User profile and the object page is opened.
QR codes can also contain links to track how often users have scanned them. This data can help in evaluating the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. For more information, see Advertisement campaigns.