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here 2.0 : mobile communities

 Category: mobile
Posted: 2006-06-19 00:12, Edited: 2006-06-19 03:12

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Imity is an interesting project that uses the Bluetooth capabilities in mobile phones to create a user generated communities in your present location, hence Here 2.0. It's sort of a next generation dodgeball, as everonye these days likes to say dodgeball 2.0.

"The Imity software can utilize the Bluetooth signal to establish a list of people within a 10 meter radius, so social interaction becomes possible within a place. You can message people using the same software within the vicinity and hereby allow you to meet people in a new way."

One if the more interesting parts of this is the it logs who you are near, while your phone is tucked away.

Of course some of you Nintendo DS fanboys call this PictoChat, but mobile phones are typically 'application challenged'... so it's good to see one making headway with such rudimentary apps.

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