I stumbled across this presentation about QR codes and their uses, specifically their uses in libraries and museums. I’m a sucker for the prezi.com style of presentation animation (ooh eye candy ).
In the “drawbacks” part of the presentation, it mentions that these codes require special applications. I was trying to address this [...]
Using face recognition is likely the next level in contact and information sharing but there are interesting privacy implications of using face images in this way. What happens when this technology becomes more pervasive?
The next phase of snapmyinfo is something I’m calling snapyinfo AR. It takes the basic 2D barcode, “QR”, decoding technology of snapmyinfo and adds an augmented reality experience on top of it for contact sharing.
I experimented with a live video decoder prototype at the MassTLC tech tuesday event in November. That experiment pointed to [...]
It’s been about two months since I opened up SnapMyInfo for testing, thank you to all those who have given the site a try! I thought I would write a quick post with an update on the project.
First, a thank you to Marshall Kirkpatrick for mentioning the project over on his posterous blog. That [...]
I’m now actively seeking testers for SnapMyInfo! Check it out and let me know what you think!
What is it?
SnapMyInfo is my particular solution to a problem I invariably have: I always manage to forget my business cards. Always.
I wanted some kind of system where I could rapidly share my contact information with someone else, [...]