QR codes added to Minnesota company’s headstones

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This new high tech cemetery is hoping to create an enhanced way to memorialize those who have passed away. There is a trend that has been starting to grow in cemeteries throughout the world, which has involved the use of QR codes on headstones in order to be able to better memorialize those who have died and who are buried on their grounds. This trend has made its way into Minnesota, where a cemetery is now offering this feature to its customers. The point to adding the QR codes to…

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QR codes have now made their way onto Canadian gravestones

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Quick response codes are making their way onto headstones in countries around the world. Funeral homes across the United States and in Europe have been announcing new features that allow QR codes to be added to grave markers, and this smartphone friendly memorial technique has just become available in Canada. These barcodes give an interactive quality to the headstones that mark a buried individual in a cemetery. These QR codes can be scanned by individuals with smartphones or tablets in order to view a tribute webpage that provides more information…

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QR codes appearing on headstones produced by a Philadelphia business

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These barcodes are joining the memorial trend that allow visitors to discover more about the deceased. Though most users of smartphones first learned about QR codes in the context of marketing, promotional materials, and product packaging so that they could learn about products and discounts, a company in Philadelphia is now taking this technology to the memorial industry. This trend has been popping up all over the United States and in some parts of Europe. The company is called Digital Legacy, and it produces stickers that display QR codes on…

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QR codes are gaining strength in numbers

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There has been a growing amount of creativity in how QR codes are being used. Though it took a while for them to catch on, QR codes are now appearing just about everywhere, from more common product packages to increasingly unique and unusual spots. From shop windows to print ads, and even gravestones, these barcodes are appearing everywhere we look. Quick response codes are becoming quite the common sight on flower pots, pizza boxes, an even produce stickers at the supermarket. If you use a smartphone to scan the plant…

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Use of QR code tombstone technology is expanding

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QR codes are speaking for the dead. Monument companies across the United States are starting to add the option for QR code tombstone technology to their offerings, changing the products available in that industry in a meaningful and significant way for the first time in many years. For example, the Allen Monument Company in Crawfordsville, Indiana is now offering a patented form of QR code headstone called “Making Everlasting Memories”, which allows a family to use mobile technology to share the stories of their loved ones in a way that…

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QR codes used to remember the deceased in Washington

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QR codes have acclimated well into their role as the advertising tool that has come to define mobile marketing. However, few use the codes beyond the purposes of marketing. This lack of diversity fosters the notion that the codes are only good for a single purpose. Like most mobile technologies, the codes are versatile and able to adapt to a number of uses. Recently, QR codes have been appearing in places that few people like to dwell: Graveyards. Quiring Monuments, a company in Seattle, Washington, that offers custom QR codes…

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