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SPRINGWISE: Take A Photo Of A Shirt, Get Wearer’s Contact Details

SPRINGWISE: Take A Photo Of A Shirt, Get Wearer’s Contact Details
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Capturio lets users link their contact information with their favorite t-shirt, which then functions like a QR code.

Nestor Bailly, PSFK
  • 20 september 2011

It’s become increasingly common for everyday objects such as t-shirts to include a QR code that links to online content. French Capturio, however, lets users link their contact information with any favorite t-shirt — no code required.

How it works? Users of the free service simply take a picture of the t-shirt they have in mind and email it along with their contact information to post@captur.io. Then, anytime someone sees the user in that shirt, they can snap a photo of it and email it to get@captur.io. In return, they get the wearer’s contact details emailed back to them. Capturio works on mobile platforms including iPhone, Android and Blackberry.

Currently, there’s a limit of one t-shirt per user, but that’s due to increase soon. Also on the way are a web version, mobile apps and integration with social websites like Facebook and Twitter. For the long run, Capturio bills itself as a service that can “turn anything into a business card.” Tech-savvy entrepreneurs: one to get involved in?

Website: www.captur.io
Contact: hello@captur.io

Spotted by: Alice Revel

Originally published on Springwise, republished with kind permission.

Springwise is an independent new business ideas and innovation firm that seeks out the most promising new business ideas around the world. Learn more about Springwise

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