Innovative RFID Mirror USB Gadget By Nabaztag Violet Is Shipping

Posted: Apr 21 2009, 6:05am CDT | by , in News | Hot Gadgets
Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:57pm CDT

 

Innovative RFID Mirror USB Gadget by Nabaztag Violet is shipping
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The Mirror by Violet from the Nabatztag Wi-Fi rabbit people is now on sale at ThinkGeek. The Mirror by Violet is possibly the most creative RFID gadget you can buy right now.
The mirror connects to a PC or Apple Mac and reads the RFID tag inside so called Ztamps you stick to objects of your choice. Now you can assign actions and tasks on your computer to different objects.
There is almost no limit on what you can associate with objects. Placing your umbrella on the Mirror could give you weather forecasts. Waving your car keys over the Mirror and it could send an email to your loved ones saying that you are leaving now.The Mirror is also great for kids. You could assign a toy to give your son or daughter special access on your computer.
Multi-touch user interfaces are so yesterday, real Object user interfaces are the future.

To best understand the possibilities of the Mirror by Violet watch the video below explaining the innovative gadgets.
The Mirror comes with 3 Ztamps RFID tags (random colors), 2 programmable Nano:ztag Micro-Rabbits and Quick start guide selling for $59.99 on ThinkGeek.


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