tōd (pronounced "toad") is an exciting and powerful new way to connect your mobile device* to the world around and right in front of you, using our bite-sized ultra low power Bluetooth 4.0 enabled Smart Beacons.
Simply attach or place a tōd Smart Beacon, that can run for years on a single coin-cell battery onto anything, anywhere you want to extend mobile device or web functionality. Or, you can interact with Smart Beacons placed by others that you are allowed to connect with.
Le vigneron Ryan O Connell du Domaine O’Vineyards près de Carcassone a eu l'idée de décliner le concept QRcode en recyclant les nombreux bouchons qu’il stocke dans sa cave. Il lui a fallu près de deux heures pour assembler patiemment les 625 bouchons de liège usagés et réaliser ce « QR Cork ».
Patrick Donnelly : "I set out on a partnership with Morphoses Dance company ( NYC ) to explore how QR codes and mobile could change the way audiences interact with dance. If you are in NYC, check out the show."
Filmmaker and digital artist Lisa Kaselak’s latest work in conjunction with creative director and designer Lee Billington “Tag: We’re It” is a wall of identical black droplets (a memory field) which as the observer approaches are framed into scannable Microsoft Tags (image below). Each Tag contains a pre-recorded video memory but you will have to view the installation to see what these are! You can do so at the Flatbed Gallery, Austin, Texas on Saturday, November 5th from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Pebble and Twine: two great connected objects that go together like peanut butter and chocolate. Twine, the easiest way to connect your objects to the Internet, will integrate the Pebble smartwatch as an output to rules.
Just about every other week I get asked about QR codes, you probably do too… Most people will ummm and arrr about their uptake and effectiveness, but it’s only because they don’t think about the post-scan experience properly, and typically fail to get creative enough to get results.
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This video really makes me wonder why the USA does not look abroad for an understanding of mobile culture before we try and develop our own. I understand cultural differences, but with a global marketplace and knowledge base, it only makes sense to allow ourselves to be influenced.
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