Thursday, 13 Sep, 2012 Technology
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Giant Maze in Canada is also World's Largest QR Code

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A family from Alberta, Canada, decided to create the world's largest QR code. Their crop design also plays the role of a giant maze that is always opened for the public.

It is worth mentioning that their creation was registered in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest QR code, measuring about 1 square mile.

The most interesting, however, is that the code actually works. If you scan it from a helicopter, you will be taken to the family's website.

[via CBC]

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