FAQ – frequently asked questions
How does the QR translator work?
With the help of the QR translator product information, descriptions of ingredients, explanations of exhibition pieces in museums or authorities information are made available as an intelligent QR code in many different languages.
The link and the translations are either automatically generated via artificial intelligence and, in addition, corrected manually by native speakers if necessary. The content is always preserved via the same link. With your
own websites, existing links are often discarded after a while.
With the QR translator, the links always insist on the same content, whereby the content can also be supplemented or corrected retrospectively if something should have changed.
How do packaging work with an intelligent QR code?
Manufacturers often struggle placing information of ingredients, nutritional tables or marketing information on the packaging in several languages. Some manufacturers have already printed QR codes, but without automated languages.
Mostly only in the local language and in English.
With the QR translator, product packaging can now be read in many other languages. Simply attach the QR code from the QR translator, insert the content and have it automatically translated using artificial intelligence. If
necessary, manually correct the translation. The permalink is available to the customer forever. If content is to be changed later, the manufacturer can implement this at any time.
How can the QR translator be used in museums?
Many visitors and tourists would like to read information in their own language. This helps to understand the content that is about the exhibit. With the QR translator, only the original text has to be deposited and the rest
is done using the artificial intelligence. If necessary, make manuall corrections, then add the produced QR code with a note on the exhibit piece.
How can authorities use the QR translator?
Authorities, town halls and offices often have to do with customers who struggle with the local language. With the QR translator, content can be stored in any language and automatically translated via the QR translator using
a AI (artificial intelligence). Attach the QR code to important signs, documents, visitors or citizens and customers can read the content in their own language. This is a significant relief for the employees in the authorities and offices.
Which languages are available?
Our Artificial intelligence supports 27 languages
QR translator can provide the information in 27 languages. The following languages are currently supported: German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian, Bulgarian,
Danish, Estonian, Finnish, Greek, Latvian, Lithuanian, Romanian, Swedish, Slovak, Slovenian, Czech, Turkish, Ukrainian and Hungarian.
What does QR code mean?
QR code stands for Quick Response.
The QR code was originally developed by the Denso company. The first application was used by the car manufacturer Toyota,
in order to scan spare parts and get more information, i.e. only the number, as with the EAN-barcode. In the standard version, the EAN-BARCODE only has a 13-digit number (EAN13), which also has a coding, such as the manufacturer’s
country or the registered company.
In contrast, a lot of information can be stored in the QR code, such as internet addresses, business cards, functional views such as SMS, WhatsApp messages and much more. In the QR translator, the content based on artificial
intelligence is made available in many languages.
The acceptance of QR-Codes rose from 15% in 2013 to over 68% in 2022. Above all through the pandemic, almost all smartphone users have become known to QR codes. Even digital menus that enable a digital menu, such as App2get,
also build on QR codes to identify the orders from which table the guests ordered.
Ideal dimensions for the QR code on the packaging is 1:10
The QR code should be printed in a ratio of 1:10 to the distance from the smartphone. The minimum size is about 1.5 x 1.5 cm, so that the QR code can be read from a distance of 15 cm.
If the QR translator is to be attached to a poster, the factor 1:10 is also advisable to use. At 2m away about 20cm side length, i.e. approximately A4 width.
QR codes on cars, poster walls or house facades. Here you can go from a distance of 8-10m to the smartphone. So around 80cm to 1m side format.