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QR codes and collaboration online

Written by David on October 25th, 2010.      0 comments

I have just launched a collaborative project with few rules and open expectations. Using the site http://talesofthings.com I have in collaboration with my daughter, just launched an animation into the ether, to see how it evolves.  I have created a wiki where the animation can be seen, the original files downloaded and hopefully added to.  I am interested in investigating how a QR code could be used as a collaborative vehicle for students and even teachers to collaborate.  It is the QR code that will provide the common thread in this project and the object has rapidly morphed from a physical piece of paper into a digital object.  This project, along with its collaboration potential and the central role of the QR code to unite the dispirate parties, is also an investigation into how to create a provenance for ‘objects’ that do not physically exist…

The QR code below is the unique identier for this project, please feel free to contribute.

 

animationqr-code

 

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