QR codes take over the restaurant world (includes video story)

During the pandemic, many restaurants have added QR codes as a no-touch option to look at menus.

The quick response code was invented in 1994 by a Japanese automotive company to keep track of car parts.

They started as an easy link to menus and now can often be used for payment.

Still to be decided is whether their use will continue past the pandemic.

Audriana Reid is an undergraduate student at Florida International University. Currently, she is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Media and a minor in Psychology. She aspires to be an entertainment journalist and TV host.