Human QR code breaks world record in China

human qr code umbrella

Chinese students have successfully come together to create the largest ever quick response code made of people. A whopping 2.5 thousand Chinese students recently joined together to create the largest human QR code that has ever existed. The students joined together in the country’s Henan province to break the previous existing record. There were a total of 2,520 students from Sias International University who created the QR code. The students from the university in the city of Zhengzhou got together on November 1 (though it was first reported by local…

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QR codes break more world records

world record Coca-Cola QR codes

In the ongoing challenge to create the largest human quick response code, a new biggest barcode was built. Ever since QR codes first started to become very popular and easily recognizable by consumers, there has been an ongoing battle among locations, brands, and companies to create the largest human versions of the barcode. Now, the latest record for the biggest human quick response code has been broken, once again. The previous record for the largest human QR codes – which was just broken – was held by Mission Hills luxury…

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QR code at Hackerspace aims to be largest in the world

rooftop qr code

The barcodes are constantly popping up in new and unique locations and strategies. Since the QR code has started to become very popular, it has become a considerable target for companies and individuals that have been making attempts at creating the largest one in various ways. This was the case with Hackerspace, which created a rooftop barcode in a unique way. Other rooftop QR code projects have occurred in the past, as have other very large ones that have been presented in stadiums, corn fields, and other surprising and sometimes…

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QR code made out of umbrellas breaks world record

Biggest human QR code Mission Hills China

The largest human barcode was formed by 2,000 people at the Mission Hills luxury golf and spa resort. On the grounds of the largest golf facility in the world, Mission Hills Shenzhen, in China, the 2,000 employees of the luxury golf and spa resort grouped themselves together in order to form a massive QR code by standing together and holding umbrellas. The effort was made in order to help to promote the eco-tourist industry in the area. The QR code was aimed at tourists around the world who are interested…

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QR Cake and other fun QR code stunts

QR code technology allows the lines between online and offline activities to be blurred… by offering a wealth of information and special deals to reach consumers through their mobile device. Some have come up with clever ways to use the QR code to attract the attention of just about anyone. Fun with QR code cake Cakes are fun. Cakes that require 245 kg of chocolate, 390 kg butter, and 730 kg of cheese along with 750 kg of evaporated milk quite literally add up to tons of fun. Tencent, a…

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