As smart phones continue to provide more features and abilities, technology and innovation grows with them. The latest in innovation is an app called Stickybits. Using the barcode scanning features from Occipital's Red Laser, Stickybits takes the concept to new levels. Instead of scanning a barcode and receiving product results, the app allows users to add their own results to that barcode.
So if you have a can of Coke and you scan the barcode, you will instantly be able to view all the attachments added as well as add your own. The app supports a variety of attachment that can be added. Users can attach photos, videos, audio, or text comments to the barcode. Once something is attached, every user that has contributed to that item will be notified and the cycle will continue on. The app is truly a unique idea when it comes to how we share information.
There really isn't much of a social aspect or goal with the app, but it does allow for fans of a certain product to band together and share their love. The idea is that everyone will create the content for the specific barcode and it can be shared with anyone else who find it. Overall, it was a creative idea but really there wasn't too much of a point to it.
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