• Arts & Entertainment

    Quick Response to Art

    A new kind of Rorschach test, the puzzling small black and white checkered boxes have recently caught the eyes of artists and audience alike. These distorted images are displayed everywhere – from subway cars to billboards and magazine advertisements, adding a hint of mystery and a whole lot of intrigue to its seemingly obscure form. Known as Quick Response codes, these puzzles are a fast and creative way to pass along large amounts of information and have gained popularity with the emergence of social media, according to social media intelligence provider NM Incite. QR codes are different from barcodes because they are scanned both vertically and horizontally. When scanned by…