This system uses LED lighting to project invisible identification codes on objects
Nakagawa is envisioning a number of scenarios where the technology could be applied. These include providing merchandise information and, in the future, possible electronic payment services; streaming text, audio, and video information on a museum, art gallery, or tourist site; and for music downloading simply by pointing the phone at a singer on stage lit by the appropriate LED light.
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QR codes are certainly practical, but they're also dumb and stupid and ugly and instantly ruin almost anything they're placed on. That's why this tech that uses simple light as a replacement for QR codes is so awesome.