DIY Business Card Hacks Your Vision To Make A Lasting Impression

DIY Business Card Hacks Your Vision To Make A Lasting Impression

Maker community offers a novel way to share contact information.

Stephen Fortune
  • 28 march 2011

The innovative maker culture over at Instructables have come up with a tech heavy reinvention of the business card. Their latest project is interesting as it makes use of an optical effect known as persistence of vision, where the after effects of light build up to generate a visible image.

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