Art or advertising?
London’s Gatwick Airport is using giant barcodes to both cover up construction walls and share information about what’s going on behind those walls.
Passengers who scan the codes (using a stickybits iPhone / Android app) will see a short video about the airport improvement program.
The first giant barcodes went up earlier this week in the airport’s North Terminal Shuttle stop, with more to follow.
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