Sushi Restaurant Serves Edible QR Codes
A California sushi restaurant has launched a program that uses edible technology, served on the sushi, to provide diners with sustainability information about the fish. See article.
Dialing up the dead with QR codes
A report from the Shanghai Daily newspaper indicated that Chinese relatives will soon be able to "dial up" the deceased with their smart phones that scan QR codes printed on tombstones. The QR Code would be linked to a webpage URL with information on the deceased, perhaps containing pictures and a biography. It would probably make more sense to just connect to a Facebook page but could be pretty weird if the departed started responding to posts! See Article.
QR Code Toilet Paper Aims to Wipe out HIV
In an effort to create awareness for AIDS prevention, Italian NPO Sieropositivo launched a new campaign targeting women in publish restrooms. The company printed QR codes on toilet paper connecting users to a video with the message, “When you use a public restroom do you fear diseases?” See Article.
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