I’m Guido from Buenos Aires, Argentina. I proposed to my wife almost 3 years ago on Easter, using a QR code treasure hunt to get her out of the house while I lit the candles and prepared. When she arrived back home, the QR code on the door played our favorite song.Continue Reading
I like this QR code hat by Ravelry user LadyKatka because even though the QR code didn’t work, it still makes a pretty interesting Fair Isle pattern.Continue Reading
Michael Ciuffo’s clever QR Clock generates each of the 1,440 daily QR codes on the fly, rather than referencing a array of pre-configured codes. His boards feature a built-in ATMega328. [T]his clock points out the ultimate irony of QR codes which is that they are a technological convenience that really isn’t convenient. In order to […]Continue Reading
Jon Danforth, organizer of the Mini Maker Faire North Carolina, wrote in to let us know about a cool project, a QR Code Quilt, from one of Mini Maker Faire North Carolina’s sponsors, Spoonflower: A QR code, or Quick Response code is a somewhat new technology that, when scanned by a smart phone or iPad […]Continue Reading
Thom Nichols is building a mobile QR Code scavenger hunt for the RI Mini Maker Faire based on QuiRk: A Cross-Platform QR Scavenger Hunt Game, which he launched at this year’s Wooly Fair.
We’ll be hiding QR Codes all over the RI Mini Maker Faire. If you find them all, you’ll be entered in a (free) drawing to win one of three awesome prizes, which we’ll be announcing soon.Continue Reading
Marital Code (detail), Inga Hamilton QR codes are pretty cool – they’re square black-and-white graphics that your camera phone (or a barcode reader) can recognize. The intricate pattern of a QR code is actually data, and when your device reads this data, it gets pointed to a website. QR codes are free and readily available […]Continue Reading