QR Codes Win An Award

At the International Architecture Biennale in Venice the Russian pavilion received a special award from the exhibition jury yesterday. The jury were impressed by the QR Codes covering the floor, ceiling and walls of three of the large rooms inside the building. Tablet computers are available for visitors to scan the codes and explore the ideas for a new Russian city dedicated to science. The city, near Moscow is called the Skolkovo Innovation Center and is meant to become Russia’s Silicon Valley. Images below by Patricia Parinejade, Copyright SPEECH Tchoban & Kuznetsov (published with permission). (August 31, 2012 Edit: Video added below images)

View of the interior of the Russian pavilion and the QR Codes
Another view of the interior of the Russian pavilion and the QR Codes

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