We are not sure if this is taking our motto of “Barcode Everything” a little too far or not; whether this is a bit weird or kinda cool – we are erring more on the kinda cool side. I mean why not make use of modern technology. Why limit your commemorations to the tiny space available on a piece of concrete.
In an article Published on Monday, May 30th Cian O’ Sullivan said “The idea is that a barcode printed on the headstone of a U.S. soldier would allow passers-by to scan them, and pull up the biography and achievements of the soldier buried there.”
It certainly does illustrate the diversity of the old barcode and its willingness to go anywhere linking the physical (and even spiritual) to the virtual…
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