Even in this digital age Andrew DePaula feels that businesses and professionals will still need to hand out business cards during meetings, conferences and events. But rather than using a traditional business card he has created the swivelCard a smart business card that transforms into a USB device.
Watch the video after the jump to learn more about this innovative smart business card that includes analytics and can even be updated after it has been given out.
The swivelCard Smart Business Card project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website and has already secured enough backing to make the jump from concept to production with still 34 days left to run on the project. DePaula explains a little more :
“We patented a system for turning regular paper into a USB drive. Now we’ve included this technology in a business card. When you own swivelCard, you own the premium business card on the market. A swivelCard is a premium paper business card that includes a USB drive–a smart business card.
– Paper comes alive with embedded USB technology. Imagine giving your business card with pictures, videos, presentations, and websites for the recipient to interact with!
– Analytics through a back-end software interface will allow you to access helpful information about your cards and how they are being used.
– You can edit the destination you’ve selected remotely. Remote access to your swivelCard gives you many opportunities to continue interacting with the card’s recipient. With the back-end interface you’ll be able to log in to your account and remotely make changes to the destination.
Plus, this can be done individually for each specific card. Want that potential client to go to a list of testimonials instead of your standard video greeting? You can make that change on the fly after they’ve left with the card!”
So if you think swivelCard is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help swivelCard: Smart Business Card become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Geeky Stuff, Top News