I’ve just been to the Romance of the Middle Ages exhibition (which I really enjoyed), and saw the qrcodes by some of the exhibits (having just seen this post about the Treasures exhibition a few days ago).
I thought I saw signs in the exhibition area indicating that photography is not permitted. Qr codes obviously rely on photography to work – has the exhibitions team considered the impact of this on qr code use? Are you assuming that people will be happy to ignore the restriction to use them? Or do you consider smart phone photography not the same as ‘proper’ photography?
I’ve been thinking about qr code usage in areas with no photography allowed recently, so I hope you don’t mind the question!