What do you want to put on your tombstone?  Your name and the dates you were born and passed away?  A list of the family you left behind?  How about a QR code?

Almost 30 years ago in 1994, the QR code was invented by Masahiro Hara at the Japanese company Denso Wave, and ever since then there have been more and more uses for it.  In the last 10 years there has been one unique use for the QR code that could become pretty standard over time.

QR codes on graves have been getting more and more popular over the years and just might end up being the perfect way to immortalize yourself.  With a QR code you can send people to a memorial video on YouTube, a photo gallery of your life, or anything you want it to be.

There is no need to worry about running out of QR codes either, there are more QR code combinations than the human mind can comprehend.  And what you can do with your QR code has countless possibilities too.

Would you want a QR code on your grave?  Let us know what you think in the comments.