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Halo – the card of the future

Exchange business cards – it is a prerequisite of virtually any business meeting, part of business etiquette. Therefore, many active people per year accumulates a number of cards that no card holder can not accommodate them. But with a device called Halo, this problem will be solved very simply and elegantly. After all, Halo – a visiting card of the future. Even the most simple and cheap modern electronic device can replace a lot of things that previously existed separately. The same mobile phone – is a versatile gadget that is small and easy to use, easy to fit into a pocket, but it connects previously incompatible things, for example, television, maps, calculator, game console, camera, notebook, etc.

Future technology Halo - the card of the future

The continuation of this trend for the harmonization of the general things a card holder and Halo. It allows you to eliminate the need to keep at a lot of business cards of people with whom you have come across in life. Halo – a visiting card of the future. It will not have to give to other people, you just touch his devices to such a device to meet you a man, and all information be passed instantly over a wireless communication protocol (remember at least the original idea of Skanz, based on reading the QR-codes). Moreover, the card will be both Halo and business card, which stores hundreds and thousands of other people’s cards. Moreover, each of which can be viewed in its original design, conceived by the owner. In doing so they will not deteriorate and be lost.

Designer: Fitorio Leksono

Future technology Halo - the card of the future

Future technology Halo - the card of the future

Future technology Halo - the card of the future

Future technology Halo - the card of the future

Future technology Halo - the card of the future

Future technology Halo - the card of the future

Future technology Halo - the card of the future

Future technology Halo - the card of the future

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