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Neurosurgery is proud to announce the introduction of Quick Response (QR) Code technology, linking print content and digital content in a revolutionary way. As featured on this issue’s cover (April 2011), QR Codes are a form of matrix barcode, consisting of black modules arranged in a square pattern on a white background. In Neurosurgery, QR Codes are being used to connect the reader via Smartphone to related videos, figures or tables that would have previously required a desktop or laptop computer. Beginning with April 2011 issue of Neurosurgery, QR Codes will be used on an article’s title page to both identify the availability and provide immediate access to supplemental digital content.
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