Here is an Entertainment Industry Game Changer from Art, Books, Music, and Movies
At the show, I was talking to someone about a concept car coming out of Korea, and I happen to hear about this interesting Near Field Communications (NFC) Music Card that not only can store a song, or album of music, but if you use it to touch your Samsung S3 phone, for example, you will be able to transfer and play the music. The concept car was about music, and happen to have an NFC on the dashboard. The person demonstrated the business card which contained a music note, and the demonstrator told me they were popular in Korea, wild. So from there, it should be practical to potentially store movies, and I couldn’t afford to get a Blu-ray player anyway, oh well. I still am bummed.
Here are a few scenarios:
- I am an artist, and I want to give you a demo of my art, music, or movies, so I had the art gallery dealer, music or movie distributor my card.
- If these cards are so inexpensive, I don’t need the overhead (headcount, warehouse, production of the expensive medium such as a DVD or Blue-ray disk). Presto, I just use a customized printer, cost effective, I am sure, to print out my own cards that are filled with my art, music or movies. More jobs out the window, so where is Steve Jobs when you need him? At least he was a job creator for retail, and an entire society driven to produce a product, the world got together and did something, wow, who would have thought people would work toward a common goal.
This is a close up of the card, that can fit in my credit card holder.
Yeah, that’s it for me from the show. I could go into a whole host of other technology applications, but, I just won’t. All the best from Las Vegas at the CES International show. Just like Lenka, “Enjoy” The Show…