This DIY electronic business card will definitely leave an impression

Business cards come in all shapes and sizes and design, from the standard rectangular shaped cards, to the more creative ones designed to resemble the product that the person or company is selling. So if you were into hardware and you were looking to hawk your products at an exhibition, or perhaps land a gig designing hardware for a company, what better way to show off your skills by creating a capacitive touch business card, right? That’s what Jay Kickliter did when he came up with an electronic business card that will light up the LEDs embedded on the card when it is touched. While Kickliter did his best to make the card as cheap as possible, with each card costing $8, we doubt he will be handing these out anytime soon, but it’s still an interesting idea nonetheless. In any case you can check it out in action in the video above.

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