Saw this post on 2Dcode.co.uk and I thought it’s a very smart way to use ambience
as a media to not only capture the attention of your customers but potentially driving them up to your stores, especially when you are not on the premium position for e.g. on the ground floor where the human traffic is. Those curious on wanting to know what is behind the QR code would want to climb up a few floors to get snap this code. Very nice.
More from Roger@2Dcode.co.uk
A botanical QR Code has been grown in a temporary garden located in Place Stanislas, Nancy, France (image below). 1,700 plants were used in its construction over an area of 43 square feet. The QR Code resolves to a mobile page with information about the garden and events in this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Apparently the best place to scan the code is from the balcony of City Hall!