Incredible! The one thing that I don't like is the info you can pick up on a person just by shaking their hand, for example. Too intrusive & open to possible abuse, like from govt.'s.
just flippin' wonderful. i already want to assault ignorant cell phone jerks. this opens a whole new world of grinding teeth and self restraint from from mayhem. the more mobile technology becomes prevalent the less i like it. it creates distance between people, it fosters rudeness and an ugly state of distraction. the one thing i can look forward to is these jackasses dialing on their hands as they wander into the path of vehicles piloted by other jackasses surfing on their dashboards. not want!
Luddite. :)What I like about this is that it gives you the information you want rather than just the information the corporations and manufacturers want you to see.And yes, I can see the interpersonal application being a bit much, but I don't see it being open to abuse by governments, etc. since this is all going to be information that's publicly available anyway through your own facebook page, blog, etc. Although I did just think of another application: police or secret service scanning a crowd for potential threats. Hmm....
just remember that information isn't a one way thing. advertisers will get on this because they have money. combining this sort of tech with rfid information will allow private and government concerns an unprecedented access to your movement and data. i dread this sort of nonsense making it to the street level.word verification: untingly... so true lol
Bah! RFIDs. You sound like my sister.
rfids indeed. check out smart shelving technology.