By Jeff Strickler, Star Tribune
“Karen Shragg didn’t go with traditional granite for her grandmother’s headstone. She went high-tech.
The marker features a QR code that allows visitors to a Richfield cemetery to read her grandmother’s biography and view photographs of her, as well. “This is just fantastic,” Shragg said. “It’s revolutionary.”
The idea of sticking a QR code onto a headstone is the brainchild of a Twin Cities-based outfit determined to drag the industry into the 21st century.”