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Tales of the City: QRCodes, Architecture and Wired

The London Festival of Architecture is underway and via the project Tales of the City we have been capturing people’s memories of Shoreditch and playing them back them back via small readable and writeable QR codes and RFID tags. Tales of the City extends the TalesofThings project into the urban…

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iPhone RFID and Bluetooth AudioBoos in Oxfam Clip

At the Oxford Road branch of Oxfam in Manchester, TOTeM (Tales of Things and Electronic Memory) Art Project: RememberMe, are attaching stories to the things that people leave behind, and allow new owners to access them. Using scanners, delegates of Future Everything and the general public will be able to…

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Making ‘Objects’ Tweet

You may of noticed that we recently launched our project ‘TalesofThings‘, a site that tags any media to any object using qrcodes or rfid tags: Once tagged each object basically gets its own webpage allowing comments to be placed, new media added such as YouTube clips, Audioboo, Vimeo etc and…

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Tagging technology – is the future bright?

Tagging technology – is the future bright? An invitation to think about where this technology might go and about its implications Public Workshop 10 May 2010, 1-5 pm at ‘Inspace’ on Crichton Street, Edinburgh More and more technologies are being developed to be ‘tagged’ to a person or object so…

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N Building – iPhone, QR Code Facades and Architecture

The N Building is a commercial structure located near Tachikawa station, Tokyo, Japan. Being a commercial building signs or billboards are typically attached to its facade which undermines the structures’ identity. As a solution teradadesign+Qosmo decided to use a QR Code as the facade itself. By reading the QR Code…

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