QR Codes seem to be popping up everywhere these days, compelling passerby’s to whip out their phones and scan. As the QR code becomes more commonplace, we’ve also been seeing them pop up in some not so common places. We wanted to share our top picks for the wackiest QR codes we’ve came across.   1.  QR Codes on Tombstones… This is about as strange as it gets. For $10,000 the Japanese company...

A recent study of 534 students conducted across 24 college campuses revealed terribly low engagement with QR codes. Some of the highlights (or lowlights) of this study are as follows: While more than 4 out of 5 students owned a smartphone, only 1 out of 5 was able to scan a QR code when asked to. Furthermore, 75% of all students stated that they are not likely to scan a...