China is so obsessed with its latest model of payment- The QR code which made it difficult to imagine one’s regular life without QR codes.
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But China has always surprised us with amazing innovations. Hence their craze for QR codes took them a level ahead.
The experts of Xilinshui village located near Baoding city in Hebei province designed a mega-sized scannable QR code out of 13,000 Chinese juniper trees. This huge QR code square measures 227 m (744 ft) along each side of the vast green field.
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All the evergreen juniper trees are between 80 cm and 2.5 m in height.
This massive QR code links to WeChat which is an official local tourism account that allows visitors to get all travel information.
Technological beautification of the village smartly promotes their tourism industry.