QR code added to Pitsenbarger statue


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Ruth Koon, center, uses her phone to scan the QR code recently installed at the base of the statue of Piqua Medal of Honor recipient William Pitsenbarger. The code will allow visitors to use their smart phones to hear details of Pitsenbarger’s life and heroics. Watching Koon scan the QR code are fellow Friends of Piqua Parks board members Glenn Devers, Edna Stiefel, and Russ Fashner. The group hopes to generate interest in the QR technology to begin raising funds to install QR codes on other area points of interest.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Ruth Koon, center, uses her phone to scan the QR code recently installed at the base of the statue of Piqua Medal of Honor recipient William Pitsenbarger. The code will allow visitors to use their smart phones to hear details of Pitsenbarger’s life and heroics. Watching Koon scan the QR code are fellow Friends of Piqua Parks board members Glenn Devers, Edna Stiefel, and Russ Fashner. The group hopes to generate interest in the QR technology to begin raising funds to install QR codes on other area points of interest.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call A granite QR code has been installed at the base of the statue of Piqua Medal of Honor recipient William Pitsenbarger. A QR code is a two-dimensional matrix bar-code containing encoded information that will direct users to websites. Free apps are available for smart phones that allow users to scan QR codes and go directly to the desired information.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Ruth Koon, center, uses her phone to scan the QR code recently installed at the base of the statue of Piqua Medal of Honor recipient William Pitsenbarger. The code will allow visitors to use their smart phones to hear details of Pitsenbarger’s life and heroics. Watching Koon scan the QR code are fellow Friends of Piqua Parks board members Glenn Devers, Edna Stiefel, and Russ Fashner. The group hopes to generate interest in the QR technology to begin raising funds to install QR codes on other area points of interest.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call

A granite QR code has been installed at the base of the statue of Piqua Medal of Honor recipient William Pitsenbarger. A QR code is a two-dimensional matrix bar-code containing encoded information that will direct users to websites. Free apps are available for smart phones that allow users to scan QR codes and go directly to the desired information.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Ruth Koon, center, uses her phone to scan the QR code recently installed at the base of the statue of Piqua Medal of Honor recipient William Pitsenbarger. The code will allow visitors to use their smart phones to hear details of Pitsenbarger’s life and heroics. Watching Koon scan the QR code are fellow Friends of Piqua Parks board members Glenn Devers, Edna Stiefel, and Russ Fashner. The group hopes to generate interest in the QR technology to begin raising funds to install QR codes on other area points of interest.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2018/09/web1_091918mju_piqua_pitsenbarger_qr1-1.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Ruth Koon, center, uses her phone to scan the QR code recently installed at the base of the statue of Piqua Medal of Honor recipient William Pitsenbarger. The code will allow visitors to use their smart phones to hear details of Pitsenbarger’s life and heroics. Watching Koon scan the QR code are fellow Friends of Piqua Parks board members Glenn Devers, Edna Stiefel, and Russ Fashner. The group hopes to generate interest in the QR technology to begin raising funds to install QR codes on other area points of interest.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call A granite QR code has been installed at the base of the statue of Piqua Medal of Honor recipient William Pitsenbarger. A QR code is a two-dimensional matrix bar-code containing encoded information that will direct users to websites. Free apps are available for smart phones that allow users to scan QR codes and go directly to the desired information.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2018/09/web1_091918mju_piqua_pitsenbarger_qr2-1.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call A granite QR code has been installed at the base of the statue of Piqua Medal of Honor recipient William Pitsenbarger. A QR code is a two-dimensional matrix bar-code containing encoded information that will direct users to websites. Free apps are available for smart phones that allow users to scan QR codes and go directly to the desired information.