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Archive for January, 2013:
Michigan Artist Nina Cambron has created three fused glass QR codes. This one links to the audio of a child laughing.
Dita Von Teese is hand sewing QR codes into each design, giving people a chance to experience something new and interactive with her clothing line.
These QR codes can be found on pavements in Korea and are tourist attractions linking to more information about where you are stood.
McDonalds to print QR codes on take out bags and drinks so customers can learn more about the food they eat.
A QR Coded memorial in honor of Steve Jobs was unveiled in Saint-Petersburg National Research University in the shape of an iPhone 5.
Portable QR code library makes taking books on holiday a simple experience without making your suitcase heavy.
Swiss watchmaker Hublot is bridging the gap between its print and digital marketing materials by placing QR codes on its magazine advertisements.
QR code take you to nutritional information about the product. Clever huh?
The Dutch Heart Foundation created a QR code made entirely of people with a man lying on the ground. The QR code leads to a CPR app.