In short: I'm after a mobile solution. A user would hover their mobile phone over a section of printed page and their phone would be directed to a URL. There would be multiple images on this page. Any alternatives to using a QR code?
In long: I would like to create a few pieces of artwork on a printed A4 page. A user would look at this page and if they like a piece of artwork - they would hover their phone over it. The phone would then recognise this artwork optically and forward the user to a defined webpage. Is there any way to do this without QR codes?
Edit: Assuming that QR codes is the preferred method - could I instead build an app that could recognise the images (from multiple pages) and forward the user to the appropriate url within the app?
If you rely on traditional printing, yes, QR is the only option. You can build it into your app by using already made libraries.
The reason is, to find a better method requires tons of hours of engineers
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