CharmBadge - Interactive Business Card

Posted: Sep 4 2003, 10:36pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:58pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
CharmBadge - Interactive Business Card
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Last February our digitalreporter wrote about the InfoBadge that was worn by attendees of the CES2003.

Charmed maker of all kinds of wearable gadgets, has a more advanced version of a personal interactive Badge called the CharmBadge.

Description:
The CharmBadge will provide information infrastructure for the "last meter" person-to- person communication. While the CharmBadge system generalizes to many different areas, the CharmBadge is designed for aiding the communication and networking that occurs at conferences. Using data recovered from an infrared electronic conference badge, the CharmBadge system automatically creates private, personalized web pages documenting an attendee's or exhibitor's experiences during the conference.

It is not clear how real the CharmBadge is and when it would be available.

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