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New smartphone technology for secure 3D displays

New smartphone technology for secure 3D displays

By adding an array of tiny lenses to an ordinary smartphone, a team of optical engineers has found a way to securely display three-dimensional (3D) images and store data by simply scanning a series of Quick Response (QR) codes - without accessing the internet.

Mercedes-Benz to install QR codes on cars to rescue crash victims

Mercedes-Benz has decided to stick Quick Response (QR) stickers on its car to allow rescue workers to find the car`s schematics and try to save crash victims.

Now, graveyards go digital as deceased get website

In a bid to make visiting loved ones’ grave more rewarding and satisfying, a couple from Pennsylvania has launched a business that uses QR codes to link headstones to websites.