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NFC Archive

  • 2-12-2014 4-33-26 PM

    15 Fantastic Experiential/Digital Campaigns

    via: Simply Zesty Facebook Face Recognition In Israel, Coca-Cola decided to combine Facebook and face recognition technology to create FaceLook. By setting up machines across a theme park, it gave visitors a way of logging into their Facebook account using only their face and allowing them to post status updates. Simple, and a great example of the real and virtual worlds blending together. C&A’s Facebook ‘Like’ Hangers When Brazilian fashion retailer C&A decided to make its hanger digital, it came up with a brilliant idea to show how popular certain items are. They did this by allowing its hangers to […]

  • [vimeo 42817627 w=500 h=312] Oh. My. God. This is a printer that prints physical links to your digital content. Now it is possible to literally give a link to a friend or to make a tangible collection of an articles from a magazines on iPad.  There is no need for cartridges because of Z-INK paper – the paper have pigment inside. And the smooth instant opening of the content is possible because of NFC technology. Both of it is already exists on market. Ahmazing!! This is on top of my wish list!! M. x (Source:

  • [vimeo 35375509 w=500 h=375] ‘Like’ Stuff On Facebook By Thrusting Your Hips! Do you ever find yourself thinking that you enjoy liking things on Facebook but that there’s just not enough fun in the whole process? Fear not, the answer is here and it comes in the shape of the LikeBelt. This is a new piece of technology developed by deeplocal that allows you to show your appreciation on Facebook by interacting with people and things in a very real way. Thrust a suggestive hip in their direction while you’re wearing the LikeBelt, and it will register on Facebook, where […]

  • NFC Digital receipts – a step towards a greener future

    Here’s another reason to embrace NFC as it rolls out across all areas.. 9.6 MILLION trees are logged each year to produce paper receipts. The power of NFC has given us a service that lets us store digital receipts to our phones – privately and securely without sharing any personal information.  Have a read up on the service providers Really loving where this is going. M. x