Track the Story of an Object with Scannable QR Codes

The Internet of Things has gained popularity with time; it refers to the networked interconnection of everyday objects. The term depicts objects as tagged entities which are web-connected and can communicate data. Tales of Things has developed read/write QR codes that can help preserve memories attached to objects or places. Once an object is labeled with a QR code that can be scanned, its whereabouts can be tracked, as well as stories associated with it. Each object can even tweet while its memory is being scanned.

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