Canadian Cornfield Becomes World’s Largest QR Code
Now here’s a quick way to identify who land belongs to from the air: gigantic QR Codes, that can be read by smart phones.
People who fly around the are of Alberta, Canada, might have spotted the largest QR code in the world, carved into a field of maize. The code spans 29,000 square meters and does actually redirect you somewhere if scanned with a smart phone: the family’s maze website. Too bad we don’t have any reasons to be flying around in Alberta, right?
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