Finder: Locate the Stuff where You Left

Finder is a cool little device for those of you that are a little bit forgetful and misplace essentials, like your phone or your keys. Technically, Finder is a two-part RFID Locator comprising of main transparent terminal and a series of small tab stickers. Basically you are supposed to stick the tracking stickers to objects that you tend to misplace often, like keys, phone, wallet etc. Configure the sticker with the appropriate label on the main terminal and you are set to use it. Next time, when you can’t find something, just take a look around the room with your Finder and it will point out your missing possessions and their approximate distances from where you stand. [source]

Finder: Locate the Stuff where You Left It

Finder: Locate the Stuff where You Left It

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  1. Is there not a kickstarter for them? Because I wan to own this sooo badly!!! I mean, with this I can basically recover any stolen purse/laptop/etc

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  2. Sidenote: couldn’t this also work as app for phones? That might expedite the process of getting the product on the market, while simultaneously making it easier for users–it’s one less device to have around, and it’s basically instinctual to know where your phone is these days. Sooo the device that you almost always know where it is, that seems to be the best device to use for finding lost items.

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  3. I think it doesn’t work in real life, because the object has to be within a certain distance from the reading device. And I just can’t imagine how an RFID chip could be exactly located within an electromagnetic field. Thanks for sharing this on 9gag, now I will spend the night doing researches :)

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