App Creates A Bubble Of Nearby Connections Around Members

App Creates A Bubble Of Nearby Connections Around Members
technology

Spayce splits business and personal profiles in a hyperlocal context.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 19 march 2014


Spayce is an “in-person social network” that uses hyperlocation and facial recognition to connect people who are within a 100-meter radius of each other.

Developed by Harvard senior Patrick Colangelo, the mobile app allows people to connect with each other for free with two types of profiles. A personal profile includes pictures, friends, and three words to describe themselves, whereas a professional profile also includes their job information.

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