Friday, September 15, 2006

Mytago Lets You Connect Physical World With Mobile Phone

Add Mytago to the Physical World Connection list .

See how fast this list is growing? It can only expedite the "Internet of Things".

As I stated earlier, there are/will be many ways to connect the physical world with the Internet using a mobile phone.
PWC companies that allow the individual to create their own 2d code should stand a better chance of getting traction.

Mytago tags works like common barcodes but instead of the barcode scanner, you scan tags by taking a snapshot with your phone camera. Use the Mytago tags with your own logo and color themes as bookmarks, that can be scanned by mobile phone camera.

You can use Mytago with regular snapshot images also. Take a snapshot of any text information from a flyer or poster using mobile phone camera and Mytago can help you read the text data.
Take a snapshot image of anything you want to share or as a reminder to yourself. Mytago helps you share it by email, upload to Flickr (see the possibilities here?) or link to your blog or website.

The cellphone is used only to capture snapshots of tags, images or text data. All user interaction is done on your familair PC web browser when you go online.

The Mytago tags can be used to promote an event you are planning, like on a garage sale flyer or poster. Or put it on your busines card, billboard or a bumper sticker. Use your imagination and find your own unique ways to use Mytago tags.

Great find Exbiblio

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

"The cellphone is used only to capture snapshots of tags, images or text data. All user interaction is done on your familair PC web browser when you go online."

Curious why someone would do all the extra work of uploading the snapped images to their PC or Mac in order to retreive the data from their web browser ... When they can instead snap a picture of a code and be directly linked to the mobile web?

Just pondering out loud

Scott Shaffer said...

Use some imagination.

Larry said...

Scott
What is different about this verus the Cue Cat?

Anonymous said...

Haha, Scott you're silly

Use some imagination?

Your ill-informed responses always make me smile and laugh

*tootles*