My apologies for the delay in responding. I was on an app team through AIHA that helped develop a mobile app for IH calculations. This app is available andt can be downloaded from iTunes. This was developing in conjunction with students at Arizona State; however, their team has since graduated and the source code has been turned over to AIHA. The contact at Arizona State is Michael Ochs Michael.Ochs**At_Symbol_Here**asu.edu. The contact at AIHA is Steven Greene SGreene**At_Symbol_Here**aiha.org. The chair of the team was Cheri Marcham cheri-marcham**At_Symbol_Here**ouhsc.edu.
For additional information, you can contact these folks. This app did not include a QR reader. Good luck.
I thought that you could send something.
I am working on a paper with several colleagues and part of this deals with the use of smartphones, their apps, and augmented reality (AR) in chemical education. I am now reviewing the section on QR bar codes (Marker-based AR), and realize we have no examples related to chemical hygiene and chemical safety.
I would be appreciative if anyone on this list could share any material that I could review, especially citable material, that is related to the use of mobile apps and QR bar codes (readable by mobile devices like smartphones) in chemical/laboratory safety.
Thanks ever so much.
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