The company they are using to give support to Tag in the meantime also does barcodes, but I don't like the look of barcodes or QR codes. They also charge a ridiculous amount for their services. They want people to pay $25/month for using just 5 codes!!! Sorry, but I guess I will have to buy my own IPad and move to Aurasma. Unfortunately Aurasma has no plans for making their platform available to Windows phones, but I may have to make an exhibit that I can't get immediate access to unless I have an IPad.
Speaking of IPad--I borrowed one from our Digital History Lab on campus and I have to admit that I do not like it, especially after using the Surface (by Microsoft). I keep trying to swipe different parts of the IPad, but it doesn't have the useful functions like the Surface. So maybe I won't buy an IPad.
Anyway, this is a good lesson in how fast technology becomes obsolete! It is a good thing that creating Tags is very easy and fast. The thing that took the most time was placing the Tags onto my maps.