QR codes. Whether you’re addicted to scanning them (in which case we are forced to question your mental well-being) or you’ve already dismissed them as an obsolete technology thanks to augmented reality (you giant technology snob), there’s no doubt that they’re finally having their day.
Scan Me has created a range of t-shirts with customised QR codes. So in theory, you could make a QR code for your Twitter/YouTube/Tumblr page, a video or just a simple message, and wear it for all to scan.
You’ll have to get used to strangers on the street snapping your frontal area on their phone, though. But that shouldn’t be a problem. How else do people make friends these days?
Prices start at £9.95, and they’re available on the ScanMe website.
So the big question is, what would you QR code link to? Let us know in the comments below!