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Thursday, February 28, 2008

World’s first holographic RFID tag to stop Vuitton knock-offs

RFID and holograms are two of our favorite technologies, so it’s a joy to see them form a double act and get together in one pretty little security device. The result is the world’s first hologram-toting IC tag, which arrives in Japan next month courtesy of Hitachi and the printing experts at Toppan.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Can’t be bothered going shopping? Take a photo of the TV instead

Spending money can hardly get any easier than this – a new online shopping service in Japan allows shoppers to buy music CDs simply by taking a photograph of them with a cameraphone and to pay for them on credit by keying a PIN into the very same mobile phone.

Friday, May 18, 2007

Brother tag printer making RFID cards simple
Read the full story 07:57 AM JMLH • Permalink

Anyone with ¥150,000 to invest in a scheme that could open doors in more ways than one might want to consider Brother Japan’s latest specialist printer – a palm-sized machine that can print passive RFID tags.



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