matrix barcode

[ mey-triks bahr-kohd ]
/ ˈmeɪ trɪks ˌbɑr koʊd /

noun

a type of 2D barcode that stores data in a matrix of geometrically shaped dark and light cells that represent bits.

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Origin of matrix barcode

First recorded in 2000–05
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