World’s Largest QR Code Found in Alberta Corn Field

Whether you are a fan of QR Codes or not, you have to admit that this is very cool.  Kraay Family Farm has officially been informed by the Guinness Book of World Records that they have created the world’s largest QR Code.  

Based in Lacombe, Alberta,  Kraay Family Farm created the QR code to cover a record 309,570 square feet.  What is really cool is that the code works.  Very Cool!!!

Courtesy of Kraay Family Farm

 

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