I'm currently designing a project for a local museum through Purdue University's engineering class. My team has come down to three options:
- Trying on a space suit with functioning parts
- Looking though a telescope that uses a VR-type experience that displays the Hubble telescope images in a 3D like manner on the end of the telescope,
- Or a mars rc rover that uses a QR reader to "scan" various objects on a "martian" surface and displays info to the user.
My team is looking for information on just how reliable QR code readers would be. We would only be using 2-3 simple designs (vertical lines, horizontal lines, and a circle). I could not find much information online other than "best ios QR reader" or "best QR readers!", so if anyone could give some insight to the range of precision that the reader would have (i.e. angle from normal that it would still work, etc) that would be awesome. The reader and code itself would always be at the same height.
Obviously budgets are a factor for this project, and each QR reader differs, but on average how does the QR code reader and software hold up?