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Help at Hand

Medical bracelet for children with autism.

 
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Bike Revolution

Tamper-proof stickers to track and find stolen bikes.

 
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Land Art

An independent art research project creating QR codes in natural contexts.

 
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Fashion Code

How fashion changes! We’ve spotted this catwalk number featuring monochrome QR codes.

 
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A stitch in time…

A cross stitch version of a QR code for Facebook.

 
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Save the Date

These chocolates have a QR code printed on them so guests can scan to find the date of the BIG day.

 
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In Memory

Memorial bench in Wimborne with a plaque and QR code which directs people to a website explaining Max’s story.

 
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Sweet music

Street artist Sweza shared music by creating posters of a boombox featuring a QR code. Once scanned it plays a “virtual” cassette.

 
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Merry QRistmas

Teaching children how to use a QR code by asking them to write the number / colour behind the code once scanned.

 
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Code of friendship

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.

 
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