Touch-enabled business card glows when exchanged
The importance and value of a business card in making and breaking businesses deals is often undermined. However, with passing times and remote meetings now possible, the few face-to-face interactions that do take place are yet inspiring. This can be proved by the ingenuity of this touch-enabled card does more than show how well your business drives its image. Designed by one Jay Kickliter as a calling card for a job fair, the device is actually a printed circuit board to double up as a business card. The card, when exchanged, probably recognizes new touch and responds with lights that move in a circular fashion.
The maker is kind enough to share details on how you can make your own card. This merely offers more than the regular introduction to your business.