QR Code Fun

by posted in General
Feb 20
2012

This afternoon WordPress evangelist Japh Thomson was looking for something to do, and ended up on QR Pixel.com. He created the code below.

I love the Envato logo he put in there. But the million dollar question is: Where does the QR code lead to? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Roger on the 20th February

    The QR Code resolves to http://envato.com

    Unfortunately the QR Code breaks the 3 rules of QR Codes
    http://2d-code.co.uk/three-rules-of-qr-codes/

  2. Antonio Maldonado on the 20th February

    That´s great! to the Envato Home Page!

  3. alazanski on the 20th February

    It leads to envato.com! :)

  4. Dan on the 20th February

    Envato marketplace (of course) but agree on the embedded logo, nice work.

  5. Julian on the 20th February

    Apparently, I have the honor to officially comment: This code leads to http://envato.com ! Have a great day, everyone!

  6. eduardo on the 20th February

    http://envato.com yeah i like it.

  7. dtbaker on the 20th February

    Sad face. My qr reader doesn’t like that image. Time for a new one!

    • dtbaker on the 20th February

      Hazarr! envato.com

    • dtbaker on the 20th February

      amazing. I didn’t know this was possible. Soo cool

  8. shen heng on the 20th February

    it goes to your website envato.com

  9. Cameron Morgan on the 20th February

    The QR Code leads to http://envato.com/

  10. greg on the 20th February

    Ha that’s pretty neat, it goes to envato.com

  11. Sorin on the 20th February

    The integration of Envato logo to the QR-Code is awesome, love it! :D

  12. Qrezy on the 20th February

    The code is nice. Our company actually are big fans of yours and we would love to make you an artistic QR code. Just to give a bit more spice, lol.

    You can find us at http;//Qrezy.com

  13. Al G. on the 20th February

    You can see hundreds of colorful 3d and photo qr codes at qr-codeworld.com and keep up to date on its blog.

  14. Rahul Gupta on the 21st February

    I remember trying out a backup program (strictly for fun) in the early 90s that would do something funky to the file to be backed up and then print its output to your printer. The output looked very similar to this (but would take up a page or more).

    To restore, you simply put the printout on your scanner and the program worked its magic once again to regenerate the data.

    It actually worked. Even after folding the paper a few times. Of course, not anything I’d want to rely on. And, I’ve always wanted to use less paper, not more.

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