QR code plaques let footpath users report damage

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The barcodes have been posted in Wales so smartphone users can report damaged structures. Footpaths near Llanidloes and Machynlleth in Wales can now scan QR code plaques to help keep their area well maintained. The quick response codes let the footpath users report damage to various structures. This can include things such as footbridges and other structures that can experience wear over time. This new initiative has brought a tremendous 1,267 different plaques fitted with QR codes to the area. Each of the QR code plaques has been installed on…

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QR codes used to remember World War I soldiers in the UK

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QR codes provide insight into the past lives of Canadian servicemen and women QR codes are becoming a popular way to remember the past. Where once QR codes were used solely for marketing, they are now being used to recall fond memories of past loved ones. Such is the case in Bodelwyddan, a small community in Denbigshire, Wales. Bodelwyddan’s St. Margaret’s Church has been using QR codes to commemorate 80 Canadian war graves, honoring those that served during World War I. The codes are designed to help family and loved…

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