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For sharing multiple stories Bluetooth is better. For sharing a single story (or maybe an experience) a QR code is better. A user isn't going to want to repeat the photo->import->verify process for more than a story or two. Especially not while the other user is patiently waiting and holding their phone steady or queueing up the next code. So Bluetooth is ...


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A complete short story may not fit into the limited amount of data that can be stored within a standard 2D matrix barcode. According to Wikipedia, that’s a maximum of few thousand characters for QR codes and Data Matrix. Therefore, speed and ease-of-use may not be the decisive factors here and you have to use some wireless technology like Bluetooth or Wi-Fi ...


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In this particular case I believe you'd be limited more so by the technology than the UX design. According to this page http://qrcode.meetheed.com/question3.php a QR code can store a maximum of 4,296 characters. Which is likely 500-700 words (greatly varies of course). So if you intend to allow your users to have larger stories than that then QR codes are ...


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An awesome solution to this problem that was developed to conquer this issue is Smartimage by WIDEN. I happened to discover after my company made an acquisition I found out they were using this to solve this exact problem!Its described as Cloud-based, Smartimage makes your brand assets accessible to be viewed, shared, and downloaded – from anywhere, at ...



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