2d-code reader “Cherky” sent in this picture of a large QR Code sticker in the window of the Canary Wharf branch of Barclays. It looks like it will be difficult to read with its reversed light and dark, and very little space around the code. It actually decodes to “Happy Christmas from all of us at Barclays” but I would be interested to know which QR Code readers can and can’t interpret the code. Please leave a comment below if it works for you (or not!).
A contemporary art billboard outside a Buddhist temple in Hachioji in western Tokyo displays anime style characters with speech bubbles containing QR Codes. Each QR Code resolves to a mobile page explaining the teachings of the 13th century Japanese monk Nichiren.
QR Code posters advertising UK dance music producer Grum are appearing all over North London. The one in the picture below (thanks Sleifar) spotted in Kilburn resolves to his current downloadable track.
Nicolas Nova took the picture below in Paris. A poster advertises office space for rent using a Datamatrix code. The code resolves to a mobilized site with a full description and contact details.
A reader has sent in this photo of a QR Code on a commercial vehicle they spotted in Hampshire. It belongs to a Hampshire marquee hire company and the QR Code resolves to their website. Judging from the pictures of marquees on their site this is one switched on company, well done Four Seasons Marquees!