Above is the Guinness World Record sized QR code belonging to the Kraay family in Canada at 28,760 M² [309,570 SqFt]. Not the first sky-view based QR code we have featured but has thrown down the gauntlet for others to step up if they dare.
There is a youtube vid of a flyover and code scan at source [caution helicopter drone at full volume].
First UK funeral director offers QR codes to memorialise the departed.
QR code comes with a website service for visitors to find out more about the deceased person. The ability to update the website by the family with further stories or anecdotes as time passes is a thoughtful feature which plays to the strengths of this technology.
Stops your hand from burning, brings you news
The latest headline news around your coffee. An elegant solution end-to-end, to bring traffic.
QR Codes Incorporated Into The Paintings Of Carnivorous Plants? Sure, why not?
The artist behind Twitters now thankfully lesser spotted ‘Fail Whale’, Yiying Lu is the creator of a range or artworks depicting carnivorous plants incorporating QR Codes linking to a video of that art pieces creation. Its art, it doesn’t have to make sense.