Mission Hills China is known for its expansive offerings of opulence and luxury. Touted as the World’s largest Golf Club and Resort, today 2,000 employees of the resort came together to create the largest human QR code. This, to take … .
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It’s been a while since McDonald’s really took an effort to bring innovation to the way they present their delicious offerings. Now, however we have nothing to complain with this cool innovation that the company plans to execute across global … .
Google has come up with a fantastic way to make your wait at the airport slightly shorter. The search engine giant has unveiled service that displays your boarding pass on your smartphone’s display! All you need to do is check-in … .
Psy has done his job be putting Gangnam on a prominent location, in the world map. Now, the district is taking it to the next level, with the installation of QR codes on pavements to help tourists move around and … .
Chinese internet giant Tencent decided to come up with a novel way to launch its new mobile application using an enormously delicious cake to its advantage! With help from a local bakery, Tencent crafted a massive 3 ton cake designed … .
Security issues concerning email accounts has always been a hurdle various websites have been trying to overcome, and logging on to a private email account from a public computer isn’t really the smartest thing to do. Now, to help make … .
Icelandic pop sensation Kali from the Street Lord group has come up with a pretty innovative way to connect with her fans. Known for her bizarre costumes, just like Lady Gaga, Kali had designer Thorunn Arnadottir come up with this … .
If pulling out business cards out of your pocket seems a waste of energy, here’s a perfect way to lend out your essential information to those who require it, with a simple flash and scan method! All you need to … .
How far would you go to secure the integrity of your homeland and its heritage? How relevant does the idea of currency as a national symbol of status seem to be to you? Well, the Dutch geeks are surely making … .
New York jeweler, Michael C. Fina, is taking window shopping to new levels with his scan-able jewelry displays. The fifth avenue retailer has partnered with bridal jewelry manufacturers A. Jaffe, Platinum Guild International USA (PGI-USA) and web developers Tappinn to … .
Facebook increases the level of sophistication in their existing model to incorporate specially made QR codes that will be generated by users from their home page. There is word that there will be quick ways to view status messages from … .
This is a project done by Tokyo-based company Sinap Co called the Sinap Summer 2009 Project to find out whether a mobile phone read a QR code created out of sand. QR or quick response is a matrix code used … .
Remember our article about the Japanese trend of video messages popping up on gravestones. Add to that a new technological twist from Japan that takes paying respects to your loved ones a step further. A while back, company called Ishinokoe … .
Japan’s QR Code is quite a mystery to mot westerners and their new all-singing version of the 2D barcode will soon follow suit. A group of three companies has decided to improve on the usual URL-carrying QR Codes by tweaking … .
QR codes (Quick Response) have become the rage in Japan from being used as tracking codes in machine assembly to being used in visiting cards or even tomb stones. Now, in the first large test in the United States, online … .
QR codes (Quick Response Codes) are as common in Japan as fish in the sea! Created by Japanese corporation Denso-Wave in 1994, with the idea to allow its contents to be decoded at high speed. Initially used in Japan for … .