This week I decided to try my skills at creating the planet's first extreme SnapTag. The SnapTag turns out to be a very interesting medium and can be manipulated and customized to extremes that rival the Microsoft Tag.
I have just begun to experiment with this variation of the 2D barcode and am excited to explore their potential. As a 2D barcode artist, I find working with different codes is very much like working with different mediums such as oil, watercolor, or clay.
The SnapTag is another way for me to express my desire to create art and is a welcome addition to my portfolio. SnapTag, this week you're it!
Use the Tag Reader app http://gettag.mobi to read 2D Logo Tags by daCosta, Microsoft Tag, QR Codes and NFC.
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