Guy Develops Syncing a Smartphone With A Tap (Video)
May 04, 2012 12:08
Designer Ishac Bertran created a UI design, inspired by spatially aware objects such as Sifteo cubes to allow him to transfer content to devices.
It almost sounds like NFC, and but this is more a concept, and in theory, a user would be able to hold up their portable devices to their computer, and a visual link in the form of a circle would appear on both devices showing that they are ready to sync.
Its elegant and simple, but with Wi-Fi syncs nowadays, who actually needs to bump devices? Check out the video below. [Ishac Bertran via Co.Design]
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