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. 

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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?

Source: Woohome

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