Nowadays, you may find QR codes (Quick Response Code), in the form of little pixelated graphics, virtually on each and every product available in the market. Essentially designed for the automotive industry, the matrix barcode (or two-dimensional code) has become popular among almost all the domestic as well as multinational industries and brands due to its fast readability and large storage capacity in comparison to standard UPC barcodes.
Moving to the QR code from the wrappers or product tags to the cultivation field, the Canadian Kraays family has created a giant QR code in their cornfield in Alberta. Spreading in 309,570 square feet area, the massive QR code enters the Guinness Book of Records. The most amazing part of the cornfield QR code is that you can scan it with your smartphone, of course, when flying above the Kraay family farm to visit their maze website.