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Given the tolerances of the QR Code format, and given the
large number of human settlements on Earth, there must
be many aerial or satellite photographs which, when
offered to a QR code-aware software, will take you to a
Proposed, therefore, is a competition to find such hidden
Top prize (which I have generously allowed [8th] to
provide) goes to the finder of the accidental QR code
which links to the most appropriate website (for instance,
perhaps finding that a housing complex in Basingstoke is an
inadvertent QR code linking to a website campaigning for
Town planners and farmers will be ineligible.
||<Immediately scans stars with android device, looking for divine
hidden message code links...>
||Hmmm. I hadn't thought of stars, but a negative
image...if the stars were defocussed
||For sake of efficiency, I suggest that the scanner ignore any lack of the requisite QR indicia, form hyperlinks of anything it scans, and follow said hyperlinks automatically without user confirmation.
||It would be interesting to survey the sky in order to find a QR code. Could be a contemporary form of astrology.
||This would be an amazingly devious clue in some
prize puzzle books...there was a spate of them,
once...you know...where you read some weird clues
and had to find real locations.
||I saw her at the beach yesterday - nice bikini.