Street artist Sweza shared music by creating posters of a boombox featuring a QR code. Once scanned it plays a “virtual” cassette.
Archive for December, 2013:
Teaching children how to use a QR code by asking them to write the number / colour behind the code once scanned.
A startup in Tokyo wants people to interact with each other by scanning his or her QR code. The more people you meet, the more QR codes you have scanned, and the more points you earn towards cash rewards.
The ancient Chinese city of Hangzhou are trialing QR Code ‘Intelligent Garbage Disposal’. As well as indicating the type of waste, the QR Code on the bag is also unique to each household so they can earn or lose points.
Scan the QR to see their current value in Bitcoin and in your local currency anywhere globally.
A set of talons neatly displaying a QR code. That’s ‘talon-ted’ for sure!
Watch a video about Starbucks’ blends, find coffee origins and nearest location.
An exhibition poster renders the famous French artist, Picasso in QR codes.
QR codes allow parents to scan the item code whilst out shopping with kids and not raise suspicion about their Christmas presents.