Who’s Really Scanning All Those QR Codes?

QR codes are everywhere these days — in fine art exhibits, some cities’ building permits, wrapping paper and every imaginable kind of marketing campaign.

QR code-focused startup JumpScan was kind enough to send along a graphically organized representation of some data they’ve gathered about QR codes — who’s scanning them, what kinds of devices they’re using and what brands are running QR code campaigns.

Cooler still, you can scan every QR code in this infographic to get more info, making this Mashable‘s first interactive infographic. So have your smartphones at the ready, and click the image below if you need to see a larger version.

When you’re done clicking, scanning and learning, riddle us this in the comments section: When was the last time you scanned a QR code, and what did you get out of it?

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One Response to Who’s Really Scanning All Those QR Codes?

  1. David Ensor says:

    The last QR Code I scanned was at the Zoo to figure out what additional details they were offering for the new (baby?) giraffe. My 4 & 5 year old boys and I were presented with the graphic video clip of the baby dropping out of its mommy. The boys were less than thrilled!

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