When out and about, users could ping the service asking for compatible singles in the area.
After notifying the other members nearby, the system would provide the user with a list of people in close proximity and their location.
Communication and interaction is the basis of the new Korean product PIX, an interactive visual display device that has just hit the market.
Also coined the "ego visualiser" by its designers, PIX could quite possibly pave the way in how we express ourselves through our clothes and accessories in the 21st century.
I bite my lip trying to ignore her like an unblemished summer sky. I am a size then, though not nearly so intelligent and sexy.
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We've covered two such ingenious matchmaking services in the last twelve months and now a third with enormous potential has emerged.
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A potential match could be right across the street. Personally, I see about a zillion guys lining up to use this thing ("Sure, you can track me") and about zero women ("Some guy can just track me down in a bar? I still think this would be cooler using Bluetooth.
This type of service is already popular in Japan and some parts of Europe, where teenagers and 20-somethings often set up rendezvous by cell phone. I mean, I had heard that this sort of thing is Big in Japan (what isn't?