I was originally inspired by this mikeasaurus's instructable on QR Coasters. However, I don't have a 3D printer (yet :) and don't have that much scrap wood, so I decided on an easier project. This project took me about 10 minutes, with me making it up as I went along. The goal of the puzzle is to assemble it correctly, then scan to find the website or hidden message. (Here's a challenge for you: What platform do I watch the most?)
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Step 1: Materials
For this project you will need:
Glue (I used a glue-stick)
A piece of cardboard
Scissors (To cut the cardboard)
Step 2: Making the QR Code
The website I used to generate the QR code is here: LINK.
After you generate the QR code, copy the image onto a document, and print out that document. Take your piece of paper with the QR Code and glue it onto the cardboard, cutting of the excess.
Step 3: Making It a Puzzle
I cut my QR code into nine pieces (3x3), after labeling them on the back. You can do any number of pieces, but I wouldn't do pieces smaller then one square inch. Thank you reading my short instructable, and please comment below if you liked it, and vote for it in the Epilog IX Challenge, and the Paper Challenge. Thank you.