One of the most important facets of the digital memorabilia is the presence of the memorial QR codes. They are very similar to the bar codes imprinted on products in stores. It is a wonderful authentication tool that can lets the person watch videos, see photos and read memories of those who have passed away. The content has to be uploaded on the internet so that it is able to be watched by the family members and friends. As soon as the QR code is scanned by the mobile device, it will transfer to the web page with relevant information about the person.
Multimedia memorials can also comprise of the obituary of the dead person that can be transcribed onto the web page. It can be accessed any time by the relatives and friends. Companies have been coming out with digital products that would help you to vividly remember the person for a very long time. The QR code can be engraved on gravestones and/or plaques and is a wonderful way to keep the memories of the person alive long after he or she has gone. In the past, cards were given out to people who attended a memorial service and this can result in huge printing and graphic art expenses.
Using digital technology has helped to cut the cost and create content that is available to anyone with an internet connection. It has created its own niche in the memorial market. You can contact suitable companies for creating a funeral video with top of the line editing so that it reflects the solemn mood of the people and the environment.
Using digital memorial tools such as QR codes in a memorial service is cost effective and allows you to pay rich and lasting tributes to the departed loved one. QR codes are used in a variety of ways already but they are relatively new to the memorial and funeral industry. Because it is linked to the smart phones, it can be accessed when required (and can even be saved to the device’s memory). So many people now own smartphones and tablets making the new style of digital memorial a popular and cost effective way to celebrate the life of the loved one who has passed away.
Digital memorials can also be perfect to remember a pet by attaching a QR code to an urn or crematorium box. Sending the code out on a card will allow others to share all the images, videos, stories and memories that you cherish and love to share.
Keep the memories of your loved ones truly alive by creating a digital memorial. Web pages can be both private (only those with the QR code or link can access it) or public so that anyone can search for information about the deceased. In the case of a public access web page, it can be reached by both Quick Response code, Google search and a publicly shared URL.