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SEE IT FROM SPACE?: Courtesy of our amigo Kevin Keane, dean of the Facebook group IAPHC, The Graphic Professionals Resource Network, we give you the world's largest QR Code. Not sure that the folks at "Guinness Book of World Records" has blessed it as such, but the effort is noteworthy nonetheless.
Youth Unlimited (Toronto YFC) and hundreds of supporters created the World's Largest QR Code on June 16 inside the city's Esther Shiner Stadium. All funds raised from the event go to support the programs of Youth Unlimited North York, a faith-based agency that provides at-risk youths with programs that support personal, spiritual and professional growth.
In all, nearly 1,400 participants held up black or white squares. In order to raise a square and become part of the historic code, participants raised sponsorship funds. With participants holding the squares tightly together, the code was scanned by a smartphone. The code was snapped from a helicopter by the person who raised the most money.
The minimum fee was $25 per participant, so a lot of money is bound for a worthwhile cause. Visit http://theqrcode.ca to learn more about the project. PI