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A QR Building

Posted on May 1, 2014 by tim


Glass dome, QR codes, what is this all about? A whole QR code house was built in one of Moscow parks. Almost all of its internal surfaces are covered with QR codes. From time to time they flash and light up in a random order to attract the attention of the visitors. Visitors are being handled a handheld device to scan them with. Then they get some sort of information and other things through the scanned code. I don’t find the idea to be particularly useful, however it looks pretty cool to me.

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2 Responses to “A QR Building”

  1. Scout Paget says:

    It may not be particularly useful but it’s an incredible installation-type art piece that says a lot about the world we live in today. And who knows, perhaps someday this kind of structure might be found in every major city providing all sorts of useful information to visitors and locals alike. I find this concept fascinating. Thanks for posting!

  2. Scout Paget says:

    It may not be particularly useful but it’s an incredible installation-type art piece that says a lot about the world we live in today. And who knows, perhaps someday this kind of structure might be found in every major city providing all sorts of useful information to visitors and locals alike. I find this concept fascinating. Thanks for posting!

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