Facebook Paints 42 Foot QR Code On The Roof Of It’s HQ
30/03/2012 | Nicholas Griffin | One Comment
If you had a ton of money that you could literally swim in what would you do? Well it seems Facebook’s answer to that is slap a massive QR code on he roof of your headquarters. The project which was apparently the idea of a Facebook employee named Mark Pike, who read a comment he posted on one of Zuckerberg’s posts:
“I wrote, ‘Hack yeah! [sic] I’d like to paint a gigantic QR code somewhere so we can RickRoll online maps, or point people to our careers site, or send them to a ‘Clarissa Explains it All’ GeoCities Page.”
SO of course once it’s on Facebook you actually have to go through it, and now there is a 42 foot long QR code on their roof (which you can actually scan by the way.) SO what happens once you scan it? Well LikeCool thought they would get in their helicopter and go see, and according to them it redirects to a new FB QR Code Page.
If you want to give the code a go yourself then there will be a bigger image below which you can try to scan, as of yet I am still hopelessly trying to get it to work, if you do get to work, o even if you don’t drop us a comment below of what you think.