Corn Maze Becomes World's Largest QR Code

You’ve probably seen QR codes before.  You know, those funny looking boxes that pop up on advertisements.  When you scan these codes using your cell phone’s camera and a special app they often open your device’s web browser taking you to a web site related to the advertisement.  Now a family in Alberta Canada has created the largest QR code, according to the Guinness Book of Records.  However, this QR code doesn’t appear on a web site or in a magazine.  The Kraay family of Lacombe created the world’s biggest QR code out of a corn maze.  Yep, just in time for fall you can wander the paths of the enormous maze, which spans 15 acres.

In case you were wondering the QR code from the maze totally works and when scanned takes you to the  Kraay family farm website, which showcases the attractions they offer to visitors, including mini golf, a chicken show, and a pig race.

Via ABC News.

Larry

Larry has always had a passion for gear and gadgets. It all started for him with the release of the very first Palm Pilot. He has always had an interest in handheld electronics. From handheld PDAs, to cell phones, Mp3 players, watches and other products, Larry is the first person his friends, family and colleagues call when they need advice on tech.

More Posts - Website

Follow Me:
TwitterFacebookLinkedInGoogle PlusYouTubeYelp

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Delicious
  • Digg
  • StumbleUpon
  • Add to favorites
  • Email
  • RSS
  • http://twitter.com/techbloggersean/status/245859995193835521 Sean Lin

    Corn Maze Becomes World’s Largest QR Code http://t.co/2dCrVh4M #tekfalke