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Digital Legacys: Bucks County company sells QR codes for graves

The company, a side project from husband and wife pair Rick and Lorie Miller, allows customers to upload pictures, songs and other content to a memorial site that corresponds to the QR code for $149.99. It's one way to immortalize a family member that has passed, Lorie Miller said to the Daily News.

Lorie and Rick Miller, founders of Digital Legacys, which sells QR codes for graves. Photo by Stephanie Farr for the Daily News.

Grieving family members from as far as North Dakota, Iceland and Australia have turned to Digital Legacys, a Bucks County-based company that sells QR codes that can be affixed to graves and link back to memorial websites, the Daily News reported.

The company, a side project from husband and wife pair Rick and Lorie Miller, allows customers to upload pictures, songs and other content to a memorial site that corresponds to the QR code for $149.99. It’s one way to immortalize a family member that has passed, Lorie Miller said to the Daily News.

“So many things get lost over time, photos get lost and the stories and videos are not always around anymore, but on the Web, it’s always there, immortalized forever,” she said.

Read the whole Daily News story here.

Digital Legacys was also featured on NPR in September 2012.

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