Thursday, 24 January 2013

ByteLight



How it Works :


A smartphone/tablet device demodulates the visible light signal via the existing cameras. The mobile device then consults a cloud-based server, which maintains an association of light identifiers, content, and physical location. A smartphone/tablet device demodulates the visible light signal via the existing cameras. The mobile device then consults a cloud-based server, which maintains an association of light identifiers, content, and physical location.


With a GPS system, satellites overhead broadcast radio signals that your phone receives. In a ByteLight system, lightbulbs act as satellites, using light to beam information to your phone.
Each ByteLight has an identifier (similar to a MAC address). It broadcasts this identifier through the light itself – kind of like Morse Code, but through light. 

ByteLight Mobile App :

Create a digital content wall that's actually "in" a physical location. Anyone can view or share photos, notes, or other content while they're in one of your ByteLight enabled spaces.

The Lights :

Each light sends a unique signal that only your phone can see. With thousands of lights in an enterprise, ByteLight can be used for mapping and directions. With just a couple of lights in a home, the ByteLight mobile app is an exciting way to experience this technology.

Custom Plugins :

Integrate with home automation, connect to social networks, or even create an augmented reality gaming experience - any of this can be enabled using ByteLight. We’ve created a web based plugin editor to get you started building any plugin you can think of.








1 comment:

  1. Amazing development , the application possibilities of this new tech are massive, this may even be used to improve the efficiency of the employees. It’s incredible how many things we can actually do with a smartphone, this kind of innovations will lead us into the future. It’s cool to think that soon we will enjoy this kind of technology pretty much everywhere, not only in retailers but in museums and other kind of spaces too.
    Bytelight will be speaking and showcasing it’s product at “Loco Connect 2013″ Europe’s Local Commerce Event
    http://lococonnect.com/

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