Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Nextcode Uses Physical World Hyperlinks For Boston's Freedom Trail

Nextcode is using physical world hyperlinks for tourism.


For those of you who are planning to visit the Boston Freedom Trail in the next few months, you're in for a special treat: A group of young talented people will help you learn more about the points along the trail by watching a video, listening to audio or other pieces of content that will be available on the web, to your own mobile phone. You will be able to learn more and thus enjoy your visit much more.

The project is called "Freedom Trail Reloaded" or otherwise has also earned the name DiMO (Digital+Mobilities Project)

A more detailed explanation .

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh please do publish an opinion on the mismangement of your critics holy PWC that is no longer on your list.

You are a visionary

Scott Shaffer said...

As for your request for a published opinion on the "mismanagement of your critics holy PWC", yesterday's S.E.C. filing speaks for itself.

Anonymous said...

How true, how true.

Anonymous said...

The wake up call was the raising
the authorized shares to
5,000,000,000 (billion)

Realization is in the recent filing.
You could not puy this in a book.

What will the next "CHATPER" be?

Anonymous said...

11?

Yaz said...

Thank you for mentioning the project of the class I am teaching at Wentworth Institute of Technology, project DiMo. This will boost the students' creativity! Here are other links for your information:
http://neo-nomad.kaywa.com/look/dimo-workshop.html
http://neo-nomad.kaywa.com/know/digital-mobilities-seminar.html

Best,

Yasmine Abbas