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  • A POOLE hospice is set to feature on a prime-time television show next week. Lewis-Manning Hospice will appear on programme The One Show, broadcast in the early evenings on BBC1, because of its work to create lasting legacies for patients. In the show, to be screened at 7pm on Tuesday, Day Hospice patient Nikki Hastings – a former Daily Echo blogger – will speak about QR Memories, an more

  • I have recently had the exciting opportunity to mix new technology with an old grave, in the form of a OR Code (quick response). This is a small square made up of little dots, which works in a similar way to a barcode, and is the latest in new technology, as far as headstones are concerned.

    When the code is scanned by a mobile telephone, it will link up with a web page that gives more

  • I have recently had the exciting opportunity to mix new technology with an old grave, in the form of a QR Code (quick response). This is a small square made up of little dots that works in a similar way to a barcode. When the code is scanned by a mobile phone, it will link up with a web page that gives further details. Anyone with a modern mobile phone can download a free 'app' for their phone more

  • A funeral director has launched a way of letting people find out about who is buried at a grave by scanning a special code on the headstone with a mobile phone. The undertaker can etch QR codes - a barcode-type square - on to a piece or metal or granite then glue it on to graves, memorials and tribute plaques on benches. All grave visitors have to do is scan the stone with their mobile to see more

  • A Poole family are the first to choose a new way to remember their loved one by using technology and the internet. Dorset based QR Memories have launched a new service, providing QR Codes for memorials that are then linked to their new website. Users can scan the codes they find on memorials using a smart phone or other smart device, and are then taken directly to the page with information and more