Friday, March 23, 2007

Trillcode Creates A Unique Physical World Hyperlink

Notice anything different about the 2d code from Trillcode?

I talked about the many functions of a Trillcode before, but they are doing something unique.
Here's another Physical World Connection player that has done something very smart. One of the biggest complaints I hear about PWC is identifying the different codes and the scanning applications.

One of the things that will separate the PWC companies, is when each code is recognizable. BeeTagg offers a unique code and Nextcode's ConnexTo tag can be personalized.

Take a look at PWC player Trillcode and see how they allow a company to place an image or logo inside of the 2d code.

Trillcode allows brands, services to identify their own physical world hyperlinks (2D codes). That is a great selling point for adoption.

Today Lark Computers, a Romanian company, introduced the second version of its Trillcode reader. The new release greatly enhance the maximum content length decoding ability, to reach 210 characters on medium-high-end phones. Also it is the first time when a mobile barcode reader is used to process and send order forms or play melodies. The next version of the reader application will double the currently maximum values.
Mr. Cozmin Tircob, Managing Director of Lark Computers said: "We are looking to embed an entire application inside the barcode. Our future product, currently under development, will benefit from the extended storing capacity of the Trillcode. This will give our barcode another dimension and will allow companies using the Trillcode encoder to build in minutes a customized mobile application and deploy it in a barcode."

The application can be used to briefly present the company, products, services and allow clients to order or send feedback from "one click away". There will be options to receive news or advertisements from the company if a network connection is available.

To download the free Trillcode reader, and see how to create your own Trillcode

1 comment:

Dean Collins said...

Hi Scott,
This issue with trillcode is that is requires a specific reader ....boring and dumb.

Goes back to my post on about how the QR (or datamatrix) has to lead through wide spread use.

If you specifically want your own 'image' or customising how about I've never used it but it looks like it offers you the functionality you are desiring...without the need for a proprietary reader.