Facebook employees have been hard at work decorating the company's new Menlo Park, CA headquarters, and one team of ambitious Facebookers has tagged the roof of their office building with a 42-foot-wide QR code.
Mark Pike, who led the crew of rooftop artists/engineers during Facebook's recent Hackathon 29, said that he considered building the code out of wood or tile before someone suggesting painting directly on the roof.
The painting plan worked, as evidenced by the photo above, captured by a Facebook employee's camera-equipped quadrocopter. The code should be scannable from the air and, Pike hopes, from space. NASA hasn't yet confirmed that part, though.
Anyone flying overhead who manages to scan the code will be directed to fbco.de, a URL that the team purchased after realizing that a shorter web addresses make simpler -- and easier-to-paint -- QR codes.
So far, the only thing on the page is a "coming soon" message. And, of course, the option to "like" the QR code on Facebook.