If having virtual Post-It notes on your computer desktop isn’t enough for you – how about having virtual ones on your wall instead? Well, it looks like that’s what 3M is trying to accomplish with its Augmented Reality Post-It app for the iPad. The app allows users to take pictures of themselves with a speech bubble outlining their message before posting it on a message wall that is covered by a printable marker. Users can only read post it messages through the app as well (obviously, since the “Post-Its” are virtual).
A pretty cool idea, especially if you’d like to leave secret messages for your friends or family to find. The app will be introduced at South by Southwest (SXSW) this week and will hopefully hit the Apple App Store soon. Check out the video demonstration above to see it in action.
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