We've seen plenty of crop circles in our day, but something we've never seen before is crop circle-sized QR code. The Kraay family of Alberta Canada has changed all that as their farm is now home to a Guinness World Record setting QR code, the largest one in the world.
Not only is this QR code ridiculously large – apparently, it's over one square mile – it is also completely functional! That's right, if you and your smartphone can get up high enough in the sky you can actually use the QR code to follow a link over to the Kraay family farm's website. On top of looking awesome and setting records, the giant QR code is also a giant corn maze open to the public. There are different sections to choose from, depending on your corn maze experience, and anyone who gives it shot can say, “I've been inside the world's largest QR code,” which would be pretty cool... Hey, they should make t-shirts that say that!
Anyway, the video below is a local profile on the Kraay family farm that was shot right before the the Guinness folks made the world record official. It gives us a nice preview at all the fun activities the farm offers to public, including some up close and personal time within the walls of the maze.