The Times ran a special promotional competition on 29-31 August, 2005. Each day, The Times published a "smart token" in the form of a Datamatrix code in its print edition, as in this artwork for Day 3. Readers could use Glass to read the token and thus enter for that day automatically - Glass then sent a text to the right number with the right contents…more

The BBC's Coast series comes with a "mobile experience". As part of the Active Print project, HP Labs and Gavitec developed the BBC's Code Reader and supplied codes on plaques linking to BBC content from about 100 "walk points" at seaside locations…more

Hope Recordings use Active Print to promote their new compilation album “7 Year Itch” linking posters, magazines and CDs to audio and video clips of featured artists…more

I Can Read You is a location based puzzle game where hidden QR codes provide clues on how to assemble a jumbled QR code puzzle board and reveal a mystery phrase…more

Animated Encounters animation festival uses Active Print in promotional posters to download character wallpapers and animation clips…more