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This Little NaniBird can really sing!
Last October, San Francisco hosted over 50,000 people celebrating Woodstock's 40th Anniversary in Golden Gate Park...
Stand Up Art paired up with NaniBird's Josh McKible and this was the result, a high tech tribute to a rich music history that changed the world in so many positive ways. Special thanks to everyone who contributed to this super fun project...
The flyer itself (printed on recycled stock of course) is a limited edition collector's must have, since there are free MP3s embedded in the little codes! Just scan them with your smart phone or web cam and you'll be able to enjoy some great mix sets by DJs who participated in the event by sending their music from all over the nation.
You can download this toy here or send an email to hello @ standupart . com

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Comment by Abz on January 7, 2010 at 11:55pm
Awesome! I love that you were able to tie in the MP3 download with the NaniBird. Coolest flyer ever!
Comment by StandupArtista on January 6, 2010 at 2:27pm
Thanks everyone :D
Lots of props for Josh and all the DJs...
As for the codes, it's a simple application "Bar Code Reader" that comes with smart phones. A smart phone in the States will most likely be an iphone, a Blackberry or a Droid at this point, but that will change soon, I'm positive.
1. Get the app for your phone (some have it already installed)
2. Open the app, point your phone (or even a web cam) at the code, it will 'scan' automatically when held at the correct distance.
3. Music starts playing!
Comment by MARKO ZUBAK on January 6, 2010 at 2:02pm
Love this kind of use of QR code! Great!
Comment by Castleforte on January 6, 2010 at 12:31pm
Awesome work guys! Love the use of the QR codes. Get used to them, people, you will be seeing a lot of them in the future.
Comment by Dr.Shazam on January 6, 2010 at 11:54am
Cutting edge fun. This is next level.
Comment by Alex Gwynne on January 6, 2010 at 5:42am
Clever!, i dont have an i-pod or anything to scan, but i love the idea of creating codes to get things off the web, Anyone know how it works?

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