maandag 29 oktober 2012

Fujitsu Develops Invisible QR Codes Made Of Light.

Fujitsu has developed an interactive technology that would bring the viewer the same opportunity for a second-screen experience, without intruding into their first screen experience. The new technology would add lights that are discernible to a phone camera but not to the human eye to a video stream, creating, essentially, a scannable light-based QR codes. Viewers would still have to point their phone towards the TV to receive more information, but there would be no on-screen icon like with the banners or Shazam logos. According to Fujitsu, this technology would enable brands to ‘embed coupons or URLs into TV commercials, and distribute the additional information from television sets directly to viewers’ smart phones.’ Viewers could scan their TVs and receive the coupons from 2-3 meters away. As this technology doesn’t include on-screen prompts, adaption rate would be directly linked to awareness of the product, a potential challenge. The strength of the technology is the potential seamless viewing experience it could provide to consumers. Watch an explanation of the technology below

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