An independent art research project creating QR codes in natural contexts.
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Street artist Sweza shared music by creating posters of a boombox featuring a QR code. Once scanned it plays a “virtual” cassette.
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.
Report a smoker in one of the ‘no smoking zones’ in Taiwan via a QR code.
Pernod Ricard has announced it will be introducing QR codes to all products packaged in China by next April.
Imagine if someone in your ancestry had achieved something great, but you know nothing about it. Now you can.
Turkish Airlines transformed national flags into QR codes during the Olympics and placed them on digital bus shelters across London.
Each QR code leads to a few words giving useful life advice.