March 7, 2013 AT 7:21 pm

Godel Escher Bach QR Code shadow cube by SashimiTabernacleChoir @ Thingiverse

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Godel Escher Bach QR Code shadow cube by SashimiTabernacleChoir @ Thingiverse.

The shadow of this cube in different directions gives QR codes pointing to the Wikipedia articles for Kurt Godel, M.C. Escher, and J.S. Bach respectively. Also a pretty challenging print test. Note that QR codes cannot be read in mirror image, so only 3 of the 6 possible cube orientations cast a readable shadow.

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1 Comment

  1. Great work! the Emart use also an 3D Shadow QR Code for their sunny sale projects.

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