Headstone QR codes put life into dying business
Vladimir Konstantinovsky believes in combining tradition with the latest in technology in Classic Memorials, the business he recently moved from 18332 Cedar Road in University Heights to 14025 Cedar in South Euclid. He recently introduced QR codes, a new form of customizable technology, to his customers. These codes can be placed anywhere on a headstone, and can be scanned by anyone with a QR code scanning application and a mobile device. The codes link to a personalized webpage made by the family for their loved one. Konstantinovsky said there are an unlimited number of options for what can be added to a personalized webpage. Many people include biographies, photo galleries, messages from the family and videos. He said it’s a digital footprint that lives on the Internet, and it’s great for grandchildren.