The Kraay Family Farm in Alberta, Canada has set the Guinness World Record for the world’s biggest QR code.
According to CBC News, the 29,000 square meters QR code was carved into a field of corn and it could actually be scanned with a smartphone.
To prove that it actually works, members of the family flew over the cornfield in a helicopter and scanned the code—which would direct people to their website.
The Kraay family owns the Lacombe Corn Maze and they have been growing various mazes for the past 13 years.
Are you “a-maized” by their incredible feat?
[via CBC News]