In the Chinese village there was a huge QR code from trees
In a Chinese village Selingkuh in Hebei province has a huge QR code planted in a clearing of trees.
E-mail message has been made from 130 thousand Chinese junipers grown in a clearing with a length of 227 meters on each side. The trees on it of different heights, from 80 centimeters to 2.5 meters, according to South China Morning Post.
Un jardin chinois à votre avion depuis scanner ! #QRcode https://t.co/vI4TqR8Wkj pic.twitter.com/VapymFIuME
— Alexis Kauffmann (@framaka) 16 Sep 2017
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On earth, this meadow looks like an exquisite “live” maze, what before was done in English country estates. However, the air becomes clear that this is a QR code, which is very popular in China.
Most of these codes use for cashless purchases on a smartphone.
It is unknown how high we need to fly to be able to scan this QR code, and how to get to this height. But tourists who will be able to do it, will be connected to tourist account on WeChat is a Chinese social network.